By SEMA Editors
The 27th annual Advanced Engineering Technology Conference will be held in conjunction with the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show in Indianapolis, December 6–7, 2016.
Leading automotive performance technology experts will share the latest racing industry advancements during the 27th annual Advanced Engineering Technology Conference, held December 6–7, 2016, in conjunction with the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show in Indianapolis.
Open to performance parts manufacturing business owners, engine builders and design engineers, as well as to media and racers in the industry, this year’s conference features Gale Banks from Gale Banks Engineering; George Bryce from STAR Racing; Brian Lebarron from Vibratech TVD & Fluidampr; Chuck Lynch from Engine Builders Association AERA; Ron Sledge from King Engine Bearings; John Waraniak, SEMA vice president – vehicle technology; and representatives from Ford, ECR Engines and Roush Yates Engines. They will discuss, among other topics, the effects of nitrous oxide, instrumentation and data gathering in a dyno room.
“We’re excited that the Advanced Engineering Technology Conference is once again in Indy during the week of the PRI Show,” said PRI General Manager Bill Miller. “Understanding and knowing the latest in advanced technology is crucial to the motorsports industry. This top-rated conference focuses on these important topics, and attending the event will be easy and convenient.”
The two-day program includes one-on-one time with presenters, raffle prizes and breakfasts and lunches. Registration is $399.95 at www.aetconline.com, or call 909-978-6743.