The RPM Act seems to have a good chance of becoming law in 2020, but it still has a ways to go.
This bipartisan bill protects the legality of converting street vehicles into dedicated racecars, as well as the motorsports parts industry’s right to sell the products which enable racers to compete.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has chosen to recall 862,520 vehicles after a routine emissions test revealed that some of the company’s models did not comply with emissions regulations.
There’s been quite a lot of hoopla in automotive circles about the RPM Act. So, what is it? IS the RPM Act the only thing standing in the way of the EPA killing at least amateur/local track racing, or is it just a bunch of hoo-haw?
The U.S. Senate passed Senate Resolution 507 designating July 8, 2016, as “Collector Car Appreciation Day.”
The EPA has dropped the proposed language in it’s vehicle emissions standards regulations that has raised outcry amongst the racing industry.
Where do you stand on the EPA proposed legislation and the SEMA-sponsored reaction? Seven states sign off on an anti-EPA response.
Congress Works to Overturn EPA’s Anti-Racing Ruling
The EPA has proposed a regulation that would make it illegal to convert street cars into racecars.