Online Motorsports Community Shares Industry Secrets

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Driverspeedia.com is an online knowledge resource for the motorsports industry that anyone can edit. The Driverspeedia community was created to promote motorsport careers, safe racing techniques, technical know-how and business advice. The membership of Driverspeedia.com writes and regulates its own content.

Driverspeedia is the first Internet-based knowledge resource dedicated to motorsports that anyone can edit. It exists to increase awareness of driver talent and to promote careers in motorsports at all levels of racing. Driverspeedia is written to improve skill, safety, and fundraising techniques. Like Wikipedia.com, content available on Driverspeedia.com is created by its membership with very little content regulation by its website administrator. Driverspeedia also offers free classifieds and promotion for businesses operating in the motorsports industry.

"The idea is to create a community of members who want to promote themselves and their sport at Driverspeedia.com," said creator Robert Zeglarski, "Hopefully drivers will find Driverspeedia.com helpful in improving skill, enhancing safety as well as providing valuable information about the business side of racing."

Driverspeedia features the following portals: Drivers and Teams, Racing Fast and Safe, Solving Technical Challenges, Raising Money to Race, Protecting Your Assets, Classifieds and Products and Services.

Driverspeedia will host a comprehensive database of motorsports drivers worldwide, including the amateur ranks. Anyone with an interest in motorsports is encouraged to add drivers from Dale Earnhardt, Jr. to their local go-kart champ.

"Racing requires some real specified knowledge that is mostly learned at the track or in the garage," said Zeglarski, "Driverspeedia puts the wealth of industry knowledge at your fingertips and allows information to be shared around the globe."

Joining the Driverspeedia community is free and regulating by its membership. While the membership is not required to follow a myriad of rules for use, writers are asked to respect the forum by adhering to one simple principle: If it's wrong, write it.

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