The Automobile Competition Committee for the United States (ACCUS) is the National Sporting Authority (ASN) of the Federation Internationale de l'Autombile (FIA) for the United States.
ACCUS is comprised of the six major motorsports sanctioning organizations ("member clubs"): IMSA, INDYCAR, NASCAR, NHRA, SCCA and USAC.
Founded in 1959, today ACCUS has offices in Daytona Beach, Florida and Indianapolis, Indiana.
It's activities include:
The National Motorsports Council (NMC) is one example of a domestic function of ACCUS. NMC is dedicated to advocating on behalf of the motorsports industry's interests so that U.S. motorsports, its supporters and fans receive fair and favorable treatment.