The Performance Racing Industry trade show encompasses all things motorsports related. If you are a gearhead, then Indianapolis, Indiana, is where you want to be each December. As expected, PRI 2022 did not disappoint. The PRI show is like a giant jewelry store for high-performance enthusiasts.
There was no shortage of LS- and LT-powered cars and trucks on display for all of us to drool over. Streetcars, no-prep drag cars, big-wheel donks, road racing trucks, and everything in between were on hand. In addition to the incredible vehicles, countless manufacturers were in attendance to showcase the latest and greatest in high-performance LS and LT components.
Many unique vehicles throughout the event got our attention, but only one stole the show all weekend. That honor would undoubtedly go to the newly built twin-turbo Chevy Nova belonging to William Tetro. This small-tire Nova is as much a show car as it is a race car. The paint was incredible, the polished parts were blinding, the stance was perfect, and of course, it had a 427 LS fed by twin turbochargers. We will be covering this wicked Nova more in-depth soon.
As with past PRI events, we have spent three days walking over 10 miles around the Indiana Convention Center to bring you all the LS- and LT-related content. Feast your eyes on the amazing vehicles that were brought in to show what can be done with the platform we love. Look for features on several of these cars soon!