PRI has been gathering feedback from several industry partners and decided to extend the priority exhibitor application deadline to June 12.
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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SEMA announced that most businesses in the specialty automotive industry will continue to operate during the COVID-19 pandemic.
More and more companies are pivoting their focus to combat COVID-19.
Goodguys is putting together their 2nd virtual car show of the year this Saturday, April 25 at 10 am (PST).
Torq-Masters Industries usually known for specializing in Locking Differentials announced they will be manufacturing face-shields to combat COVID-19.
Although the coronavirus pandemic has continued to shutter the doors of racetracks across the country, there is one track owner who has decided to fight back
The world-famous Petersen Automotive Museum is putting together the first-ever global Cars & Coffee.
Five Star Fabricating is the latest company to pivot to help out in the fight against COVID-19.
Holley will be offering free ground shipping on all orders until April 30th.
Scott Fisk, professional hotrod illustrator and one of RacingJunk’s favorite people, is doing his part to help out those stuck at home during the pandemic.