It’s that time of year again when the auto-aftermarket industry comes together and puts on a trade show only second in size to CES at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
I was fortunate enough to do the “scooter” tour of SEMA this year where I covered a lot of ground in record time.
Although the economy has been down, SEMA this year wasn’t bad at all. There were still many cars and products to look at, and this year was the year of drifting. The front open area of the convention center had a large open track this year dedicated to drifting exhibitions. It’s good that the greater auto community is now recognizing drifting as a growing and established culture. Enjoy the coverage, and find more pictures on our facebook fan page!