The 30th anniversary of the Performance Racing Industry Trade Show is underway at the Indiana Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis. The event, which runs through Saturday, features more than 1,100 racing industry companies exhibiting the latest in motorsports technology.
The three-day convention is expected to generate more than $70 million in economic impact for the city with tens of thousands of attendees converging on Indianapolis.
"The PRI Show is an unrivaled global event that enables international attendees to conduct business, uncover emerging technologies, and source the hottest new racing products under one roof," said PRI General Manager Bill Miller. "Attendees are able to meet face-to-face with top racing suppliers and see the latest technology and products through Show features like the International Motorsports Trade Seminar and the new Featured Products Showcase."
The event kicked off Thursday morning with the Opening Breakfast that featured remarks from Chip Ganassi, owner of Indianapolis-based Chip Ganassi Racing. Throughout the event, attendees will have the chance to take part in more than 45 conferences, seminars and social gatherings, including the International Council of Motorsport Sciences Annual Congress.
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