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Thursday, 29 July 2021 20:16

PRI and NCMA Join Forces to Protect Racing in North Carolina

Written by PRI Editors
Performance Racing Industry has joined forces with the North Carolina Motorsports Association to protect racing in the Tar Heel State and urge the North Carolina motorsports community to join in RPM Week on August 2-6. Performance Racing Industry has joined forces with the North Carolina Motorsports Association to protect racing in the Tar Heel State and urge the North Carolina motorsports community to join in RPM Week on August 2-6.

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...reintroduction and passage in 2021. Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) has served as an original cosponsor of the RPM Act and is a strong supporter of the legislation.

 

The RPM Act must be passed into law to ensure that the motorsports-parts industry can continue to sell products that enable racers to compete, and that racers can continue to convert street vehicles into dedicated race cars.

 

NCMA and PRI are joining forces to make our voices heard in the state. During RPM Act Week, North Carolinians are urged to raise awareness of the bill by posting on social media, linking to articles and writing legislators to support the bill and pass it into law.

 

Supporters can write to their legislators by visiting SaveOurRaceCars.com and downloading images for social media by visiting performanceracing.com/rpm-assets.

 

“This is the time for the race community to band together and make their voices heard,” said Miller. “We must work together to protect our rights and save our race cars.”

 

To learn more, visit performanceracing.com/rpm-act.

 

Source: SEMA

 

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