Trackpedia.com Launched to Provide the First Web 2.0 Portal Containing Information for Drivers Attending High Performance Driving Schools

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Trackpedia launches a Web 2.0 portal for the online community involved in high performance driver education events. Trackpedia.com provides information on tracks around the world with driving notes, weather, videos, and telemetry for driving the tracks.

Trackpedia Inc has launched its Web 2.0 web site (http://www.trackpedia.com) to provide a web site containing everything that drivers who attend track days or high performance driving schools need to know about attending or driving a track event. These drivers are typically with clubs such as the BMW Club, Audi Club and/or the Porsche Club of America.

The web site incorporates both a wiki and forum component. The wiki provides pages on tracks around the world as well as articles on car preparation and attending the events. The track pages include all commonly needed information on the track as well as track maps, driving notes, videos, weather, hotel booking aids, telemetry from various cars driving the track with drivers of different skill levels. All content is editable by the community and new content can be contributed by the community also.

It’s the first community supported Web 2.0 portal specifically targeting this community. The company provides data loggers and video cameras that can be easily installed in a car to the community to obtain data on tracks at no cost.

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Billy Newport