The World of Speed features historic race cars and motorcycles to tell the story of America’s love affair with the automobile and leadership role in world motorsports.
 - Photo courtesy of Lauren Fletcher 

The World of Speed features historic race cars and motorcycles to tell the story of America’s love affair with the automobile and leadership role in world motorsports.

Photo courtesy of Lauren Fletcher 

The Pacific Northwest Chapter of The NAFA Fleet Management Association (NAFA) held its chapter meeting on Oct. 10 at the World of Speed Museum in Wilsonville, Ore.

Approximately 50 people attended the meeting with speakers from Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities Coalition, SambaSafety/Vigillo, PERC, Advaned Transportation Technology Center, Icom/Wolff Specialties, ROUSH CleanTech, Blue Star Gas, Oregon DEQ, the City of Vancouver, Wash., and the City of Longview, Wash. 

The meeting opened with a welcome and comments from Chris Galati, the president of the Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities Coalition. “We work hard to support Oregon and Washington fleets,” he noted.  

Attendees were educated about the current state of the propane industry, technology advancements, fueling options, and real-world fleet experiences. 

At the meeting's conclusion, attendees took time to enjoy the exhibits at the World of Speed museum. 

The World of Speed features historic race cars and motorcycles to tell the story of America’s love affair with the automobile and leadership role in world motorsports, according to the museum. It encompasses many aspects of motorsports including drag racing, road racing, land speed racing, motorcycle racing, as well as open wheel and NASCAR. Exhibits also include three racing simulators and a drag-race simulator.  

Originally posted on Work Truck Online

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