Industry Association (MIA)
The leading trade association for motorsport’s high performance engineering and services industry, representing the specialized needs of this highly successful British-based industry.
|Founded in 1938, Torrance-based Edelbrock Corp. is
recognized as one of the nation's premier designers, manufacturers and distributors
of performance replacement parts for the automotive and motorcycle aftermarkets. For
more information visit www.edelbrock.com
Edelbrok Corporation sponsor Team Sycamore Racing.
Motorsports Association, Inc. (IMA)
A specialized association in pursuit of unifying all motorsports business-related interests within the State of Indiana to enrich the economic impact of Indiana motorsports businesses.
|Motorsports Knowledge Exchange
ISU became the first institution from the United States to join this academic consortium, which is based in the United Kingdom [Read Story]. MKE is a government-funded cooperative of receptive and responsive institutions, involved successfully for a number of years in motorsport education at a variety of levels.
Carolina Motorsports Association (NCMA)
The North Carolina Motorsports Association was formed in 2002. The NCMA currently has approximately 200 member companies and organizations. Richard Petty is the Chairman of the Board of Trustees for NCMA, which is made up of over a dozen high-profile individuals in the motorsports and business communities. The NCMA staff is led by Executive Director Andy (Papa) Papathanassiou, a sixteen-year veteran of the motorsports industry.
(Specialty Equipment Market Association)
SEMA members are the producers and marketers of specialty equipment products and services for the automotive aftermarket. This trade association consists of a diverse group of manufacturers, distributors, retailers, publishing companies, auto restorers, street rod builders, restylers, car clubs, race teams and more.
SEMA offer sponsorships for Motorsports Management students.