PRI is urging race fans to contact their Illinois leaders support the Illinois Motorsports Coalition’s plan to safely resume racing.
Two General Motors employees are in hot water today after their own form of a test drive turned into a double arrest.
The RPM Act seems to have a good chance of becoming law in 2020, but it still has a ways to go.
The United Auto Workers Union is in the news again today, but this time it isn’t for putting automotive employees back to work.
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.
NHRA Top Fuel drag racer Larry Dixon has survived a lot. Team disruptions, flying exercises at the 2015 Gatornationals, even Stage III throat cancer in 2015. Now he’s battling something bigger: the NHRA itself.
Dodge’s 2019 Challenger R/T Scat Pack 1320, “Angry Bee,” has been approved for use in both Stock and Super Stock NHRA competition.
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.
California Assembly Bill (A.B.) 1824 was signed into law by then-Governor Jerry Brown in June of 2018 as part of the state’s budget process. The legislation amended how California law enforcement officials may issue a citation for exhaust noise violations.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) isn’t admitting it might have cheated on emissions tests, but it has agreed to pay an aggregate $800 million to consumers for errors in its software, which reduced the amount of nitrogen oxide emitted during emissions tests.