Let’s Drive The RPM Act Home – Click Here And Take 30-Seconds To Save our Race Cars


Let’s Drive The RPM Act Home – Click Here And Take 30-Seconds To Save our Race Cars

Last year, the RPM Act was introduced to congress and that was a huge step forward, validating the hard work that SEMA had done to that point. As we all know, the old congress was shuffled out after the elections and the new congress is in session which means that RPM Act was reintroduced to be considered by the legislative body. This is again, great news. What needs to happen now is one final landslide of support and messages from us, the hot rodding and racing communities to drive this baby home. The last time we did this, enthusiasts and racers managed to get 200,000 letters sent to congressmen and women all over the country. Let’s beat it now and secure the future of racing and hot rodding for generations of people to come.

This literally takes 30-seconds. SEMA has done the hard work. You need to add a couple lines of basic information and press send. That’s it. That’s what you need to do to help save our race cars and we really need you to do it.

A victory for the RPM Act will be a victory for everyone in the country who loves cars and racing on any and all levels!

CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW TO HELP GET THE RPM ACT PASSED!

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19 thoughts on “Let’s Drive The RPM Act Home – Click Here And Take 30-Seconds To Save our Race Cars

  1. 3rd Generation

    Only if NASCAR is outlawed and anyone uttering ‘Boogity, boogity boogity gets an automatic Death Penalty with No Appeals.

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  2. ronald trumpp

    “Last year, the RPM Act was introduced to congress” ,,,,by worthless obama and the snowflakes.

    Now that he is a bad memory, don’t worry as the new admin is all about BUY AMERICAN and building AMERICAN CARS, and supporting AMERICAN businesses. ( including speedways and the aftermarket industry)

    The best thing for racers to do is to support more gov’t de-regulation and vote out the last few anti american snowflakes.

    The remaining snowflakes are already fundraising and finding more clowns to run for office. That can only mean bad things for US.

    Vote often and vote early to preserve your rights.

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    1. TC

      And by the way last year Congress was controlled by the Republicans, so why didn’t they pass it??….. You rednecks are dumb as fuck…..

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    2. Rob

      Oh no, its retarded. The President can\’t introduce legislation, dumbass. Damn shame you don\’t have to pass a basics civics test to vote.

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  3. douglas e. pierce

    racing is one of the most important things in my life. building , driving and going to see my friends at the track is my life.

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  4. Mike Costa

    This RPM act is pretty utterly mind blowing. The time is now to cap this act and allow the unity of the Automotive Enthusiasts to fight for the right to the hobby and businesses of restoration to be stopped from the labor they all love. Time to fight and win this matter!!!!!

    Mike Costa
    New England Dragway 1978 Street ET Eliminator Champion

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  5. 75Duster

    Signed with a big F.U. to Chuck Schumer, Pelosi, Warren, and all the other useless Democraps and Rinos in D.C. .

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  6. ksj2

    Signed and sent.Got a reply.”Dear Mr. McGinnis:

    I appreciate knowing your support for S.2 03 , the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports Act of 2017 (RPM Act). Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this legislation .

    On January 24, 2017 , I became an original co-sponsor of S. 203 before it was introduced and referred to the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW) .

    The RPM Act would stop regulatory overreach by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) through the Clean Air Act by turning back the “Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Fuel Efficiency Standards for Medium and Heavy-Duty Engines and Vehicles-Phase 2” rule for vehicles used solely for competition .

    As a member of the EPW C ommittee, I will continue to fight tirelessly to protect Kansans from the overzealous regulatory agenda of th e EPA and from the detrimental economic impact it has on individuals and small businesses. As the Senate further considers this bill, I will remember your support for it.

    I am grateful for the opportunity Kansans have given me to serve them in the United States Senate. If you are interested in learning more about my efforts on your behalf, I encourage you to visit moran.senate.gov. Please let me know if I can be of service to you or your family in the future.

    Very truly yours,

    Jerry Moran “

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