The Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports Act (RPM Act) has been reintroduced in both the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate in the 2021-22 session of Congress after receiving a groundswell of support from grassroots racers and automotive enthusiasts like you.

Your voices are being heard, as more members of Congress are supporting the legislation, but we still have to push to ensure the RPM Act gets signed into law.

How to Help The RPM Act

You can show your continued support by contacting your Congressional Representatives. SEMA and the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) trade groups have established a website that’ll explain exactly what you can do. Click below to visit the site and learn how to contact your Representatives.


Even if you’ve already contacted your officials in previous efforts, we still need your voice now that the bill has officially returned for consideration in both houses of Congress!

And if you want to hear more about PRI and the PAC it has established to help legislation like the RPM Act, check out the PRI PAC webpage.


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What’s the RPM Act?

In 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ruled that converting a vehicle designed for street use into a dedicated racecar went against the Clean Air Act. Left unchecked, that ruling would have massive impacts on the motorsports community and industry.

The RPM Act was introduced to address the issue. It’s proposed legislation that would ensure it stays legal to turn street vehicles into dedicated racecars.

In other words, passing the RPM Act will help guarantee your right to modify street cars, trucks, and motorcycles into dedicated race vehicles.

Understanding the RPM Act’s Journey Through Congress

The folks at SEMA and PRI even made a quick video that’ll explain how your efforts will help the RPM Act legislation.


Ready to Help the RPM Act? Click Below:



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