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[12/15/2022] 2022 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Show Rocks Indy

By: Dan McClain - Founder


2022 Performance Racing Industry Show - Lucas Oil Arena The 2022 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) trade show was held in Indianapolis, Indiana from December 8-10, and it was a showcase of the latest and greatest in racing technology and innovation. The event, which is the largest of its kind in the racing industry, attracted over 45,000 attendees from around the world, including manufacturers, distributors, race teams, and fans.

One of the highlights of the show was the unveiling of new products from some of the biggest names in the industry. Companies such as Holley Performance Products, JE Pistons, and K&N Engineering showcased their latest technology and innovations, including new engine components, suspension systems, and aerodynamics packages. Holley Performance Products, for example, unveiled their new line of EFI systems designed specifically for racing applications, while JE Pistons showcased their new line of high-performance pistons for both street and racing use.

Another major focus of the show was the presence of electric and hybrid racing technology. With the increasing focus on sustainable racing, several companies, including Mahle Motorsports and AEM EV, showcased their electric and hybrid powertrain solutions for race cars. Mahle Motorsports, for example, showcased their new electric motor and inverter technology, which is designed to deliver high-performance and efficiency in electric race cars. AEM EV, on the other hand, showcased their new line of high-performance battery systems and power electronics for electric and hybrid race cars.

In addition to the exhibitors, the show also featured several educational seminars and workshops. Attendees had the opportunity to learn from industry experts on topics such as engine building, aerodynamics, and chassis setup. The seminars provided valuable insights and knowledge to help attendees improve their race cars and their racing performance.

The PRI show also featured several racing vehicles on display, including some of the most advanced and high-performance race cars in the world. Attendees had the opportunity to see the latest technology and innovations in action and get a firsthand look at the future of racing.

The PRI show is not only a platform for manufacturers and suppliers to showcase their products, but also a networking opportunity for the industry professionals and enthusiasts. Many of the attendees were able to connect with other industry professionals and discuss new ideas and opportunities. The show also provided an opportunity for businesses to establish new partnerships and collaborations, which will help drive innovation and progress in the racing industry.

A highlight on some of the new products unveiled at the show are:

  • Holley Performance Products: new line of EFI systems designed specifically for racing applications
  • JE Pistons: new line of high-performance pistons for both street and racing use
  • Mahle Motorsports: new electric motor and inverter technology for electric race cars
  • AEM EV: new line of high-performance battery systems and power electronics for electric and hybrid race cars
  • K&N Engineering: new line of air filters and cold air intake systems for racing applications
  • Wilwood Engineering: new line of brake systems for high-performance and racing use
  • Tilton Engineering: new line of clutch systems and flywheels for racing applications
  • Racepak: new data acquisition and telemetry systems for racing use
  • Borla Performance Industries: new line of exhaust systems for racing applications
  • Dry Break Fuel Systems: new line of quick-disconnect fuel systems for racing use
  • VP Racing Fuels: new line of high-performance fuels for racing use.
2022 Performance Racing Industry Show - PRI Sign

At the 2022 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) trade show, several industry professionals and enthusiasts also shared their thoughts on the latest trends and innovations in the racing industry. Here is a summary of some of the key takeaways from various interviews:

  • Electric and hybrid racing technology was a hot topic at the show, with many industry professionals expressing excitement about the potential for sustainable racing. One interviewee, an engineer from Mahle Motorsports, said "We're seeing a lot of interest in electric and hybrid powertrain solutions for race cars, and we believe it's the future of racing. The technology is getting better and better, and we're seeing more and more teams and manufacturers adopt it."
  • Another trend that was widely discussed was the increasing importance of data and analytics in racing. A race team owner said, "Data and telemetry have become an essential part of racing, and it's allowing teams to make more informed decisions and improve their performance. We're seeing a lot of new data acquisition and telemetry systems on the market, and it's exciting to see how they're helping teams to improve their performance."
  • Many interviewees also emphasized the importance of collaboration and partnerships in the racing industry. A representative from a leading manufacturer said "Collaboration is key to driving innovation and progress in the racing industry. By working together, we can achieve more than we can alone. We're seeing a lot of new partnerships and collaborations forming at the show, and it's great to see how they're helping to drive the industry forward."
  • Some attendees also highlighted the importance of the PRI show as a platform for industry professionals and enthusiasts to connect and network. One distributor said "It's a great opportunity to meet with other industry professionals and discuss new ideas and opportunities. The show provides a great platform for businesses to establish new partnerships and collaborations, which will help drive innovation and progress in the racing industry."
  • Overall, the 2022 PRI show was a showcase of the latest trends and innovations in the racing industry and provided valuable insights into the future of racing technology. The increasing focus on electric and hybrid racing technology, data and analytics, and collaboration and partnerships are all important trends that will help shape the future of the industry.

    Overall, the 2022 PRI show was a huge success and provided a glimpse into the future of racing technology. It's clear that the racing industry is continuing to evolve and push the boundaries of what's possible. The advancements in electric and hybrid racing technology are very exciting, and it will be interesting to see how they are adopted and integrated into the racing industry in the coming years. The next PRI show is already planned, and it will be held in December of 2023.

    2022 Performance Racing Industry Show - Floor

    SOURCE: MustangWorks.com

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