One name consistently stands out in the realm of pickup trucks, not just for its legacy but for its unwavering commitment to innovation and excellence—the Ford F-150.
Many businesses across the auto industry, including the aftermarket, face unique challenges right now and are adjusting to accommodate, whether that means pivoting to health care manufacturing, opening by appointment only, or finding other creative ways to stay open. For updates on the state of the the state of the race and performance industry, including resources to help your small business, browse through the following posts.
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Seven OEMs, including GM, form a fast charging network for the EV invasion.
Our latest ad for the “Everybody Can Be a Winner” has been awarded!
This classified is a golf cart intended for drag racing pits. Find it in Blue Ridge, GA, for $3,900.
The North American Trailer Dealers Association show is going virtual this October. RacingJunk talked to the NATDA about the show, and how trailer dealerships are weather the effects of the pandemic on business.
Unfortunately for SEMA fans, the Specialty Equipment Market Association announced that there will be no SEMA Show for 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The NHRA announced that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, that the Dodge Mile-High NHRA Nationals Presented By Pennzoil at Bandimere Speedway in Denver, Colo. (Aug. 7-9) and the Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals at Brainerd International Raceway in Brainerd, Minn. (Aug. 14-16) has been postponed until further notice.
After becoming the first national motorsports series to race again during the COVID-19 pandemic, the World of Outlaws will now become the first to race with grandstands full of healthy fans.
Martin & Company, a marketing firm that specializes in the automotive aftermarket, is offering a free consultation for businesses as they emerge from the post-COVID shutdowns.
More and more states are opening back up for racing. The COVID-19 pandemic has rescheduled, postponed, and canceled many race events across the country. Recently a few states have started to bring racing back under certain guidelines.