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I love rally racing. For me, it’s one of the most intense forms of motorsports out there. Drivers with nerves of steel are bombing down narrow dirt roads at break-neck speeds, sliding sideways around corners, and executing hand-brake turns on a dime. They pilot a variety of vehicles in several classes across the countryside in hopes of turning the best times on various rally stages. Frankly, rally car drivers—and the rally cars—are pretty incredible.
It nearly 50 years ago in January 1967 when the first official SEMA show debuted under the grandstands of Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. At the time, the show featured 98 booths and approximately 3,000 attendees. It was not until 1977 when SEMA moved to Las Vegas where it’s been growing rapidly ever since. Today, the four-day event attracts more than 140,000 attendees and over 2,400 exhibitors from all over the world.