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The EPA Wasn't Available To Defend Its Own Weird Regulations On Race Cars

The Oversight Committee of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology held the first hearing yesterday on the bill that could prevent the Environmental Protection Agency from forcing many race cars to adhere to the same emissions standards as road cars. One entity was curiously not invited there to defend…

What Happened To Motor Trend's Story On The SEMA VS. EPA Debacle? (Update: It's Back?)

Motor Trend, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dodge, wasn’t the only publication to weigh in on SEMA’s wild-but-plausible allegations against the Environmental Protection Agency’s “clarifying” that it can regulate track car emissions. We covered it, lots of outlets covered it, so did they. But so far MT is the only…

Wheels, Wheels, Total Vehicular Insanity And More Wheels: A Guided Tour Of SEMA 2015 

I’ve been going to SEMA for more than a dozen years now, and I’ve seen it go from an over the top, in-your-face festival of insanity during the peak of the internet boom in the early 2000s to a ghost town a half a dozen years later thanks to the global recession. The good news is that SEMA is back and stronger than…

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