Welcome to Day 2 of No Shows No Problem

Welcome to Day 2 of “No Shows No Problem!”  The show opened with a panel about the future of the automobile — hint, it’s electric — and where that leaves the traditional enthusiast in the future.  The answer? Segmentation, evolution, appreciation. There will always be room for the person who wants to control their own power, but it may mean manipulation on a digital level rather than a wrench for those new to the passion. But, the gas-powered engine isn’t leaving quite yet.

Today we turn a little more niche. At 12:30 p.m. EST, we convene a panel of talented, driven and dedicated women to talk about how they came to motorsports (some were born into it, some found the love for it in surprising ways), and how they’re changing they’re respective spaces.  Join racers, business owners, writers and more for the Women in Motorsports panel on Facebook Live.

Once again, Ian Downey will provide tips and answer questions for the Member Morning Coffee Talk from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m EST on Facebook Live.

At 3:30, join us for a roundtable on the Future (and the Present) of the Car Show. It’s been a rough season for that pastime, but good news: the future looks bright.

Throughout the day, we will be posting articles about the future of our industry, reflections from journalists about their role in shaping it, and a few VERY cool builds.

Make sure to check out yesterday’s efforts with the links below, including the Virtual Car Shows/Show n’ Shines, and the Builder’s and Product Showcases.

The End of the V8 is Nigh, but the Corvette’s Future Remains Bright & Bloody Fast

SEMA Goes Digital: Could This Solve the Show’s Longstanding Omen?

The Auto Industry Looks Forward

Chemical Guys Steps Up to Support Race & Performance Enthusiasts

No Shows No Problem Virtual Car Show

Leveraging Giveaways to Build Partnerships with RacingJunk

Auto Communities Show n’ Shines:

F150Online.com
FordTruckEnthusiasts.com
HDForums.com
LS1Tech.com

Builder’s Showcase

Product Showcase

Check out the Schedule of Events for more info.

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About Andreanna Ditton 170 Articles
Andreanna Ditton is the Content Manager for MotorHead Media and the Editor-in-Chief for RacingJunk.com/news. She's been working in the automotive publishing industry since 2007 focusing on racing and performance for motorcycles and cars.

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