Conference attendees, representing more than 40 different companies, came together with 34 manufacturers to gain insights into the latest engine building techniques and components. Industry experts from seven different companies shared valuable insights on topics ranging from failure analysis to boosting power and performance. With attendees from throughout the Midwest and Canada, some traveling as much as 12 hours to attend, and manufacturers from all over the country, the conference brought together a diverse mix of specialties, expertise, and interests, according to Motor State.
“Response to the event was overwhelmingly positive from attendees and manufacturers alike, with many commenting on the great selection of manufacturers, the excellent networking opportunities, and the valuable insights they gained,” Motor State said in a news release. “For many, it was their first time attending an AERA conference like this, with a unanimous yes about attending another one. The event was also the first one ever hosted by Motor State, and thanks to the dedication and enthusiasm of internal teams, the AERA, and the manufacturers, the event was a resounding success.”