Formed in 1995, INEX was developed to promote, organize and sanction Legend Cars and Bandoleros for the United States, Canada, Australia, Asia and Europe.

Since then INEX has expanded tremendously, running sanction races in Africa, Australia, Morocco and many other countries.

INEX is the third-largest racing sanctioning body behind NASCAR and International Motor Contest Association (IMCA) with more than 3,500 members.

INEX annually sanctions more than 2,500 races at more than 300 different tracks throughout the world. These tracks include:

INEX's primary goals are to promote uniform rules and safety standards for the USLCI program. INEX officials collect and disseminate information regarding all types of USLCI cars, supervise and train all technical inspectors and assist and support all Legend and Bandolero racing programs.

At the beginning of each year, INEX releases the INEX Rulebook which describes in detail all the rules and regulations of the USLCI spec race cars. Utilizing the website and other social media, INEX releases updated tech bulletins as well as rule changes and safety notifications to all its competitors.

Since the Legend Cars' inception, there have been more than 60,000 sanctioned races. INEX sanctions races on both asphalt and dirt ovals as well as road courses.

INEX remains dedicated to the highest standards of safety and cost-containment from which the rules are interpreted and enforced while maintaining a fun, family-oriented environment.