Williamsburg, VA (PRWEB) March 12, 2009
Italian and French Car Enthusiast web site VeloceToday.com has announced that automotive aficionado Larry Crane will now be a regular contributor to the site.
"Larry is a wonderful addition to our team of veteran writers. He has incredible knowledge about classic French and Italian cars based on years of direct experience with them," says Publisher and Editor Pete Vack.
Since 2002, VeloceToday.com has been delivering weekly exclusive feature articles and news about Italian sports and exotic cars. It was one of the first niche automotive web sites to attract serious collectors and enthusiasts. Vack explains, "We have approximately 15,000 devoted subscribers who receive new feature articles written by experts such as Larry Crane by email. Our daily and monthly traffic continues to grow on a regular basis as people continue to spread the word."
Crane is no stranger to the world of automotive journalism. His background includes hundreds of feature articles and art layouts for print media giants Motor Trend, Automobile and Road & Track. He also edited and designed Steve Earle's Vintage Racer magazine and competed in the Mille Miglia Storica in Italy. For over 30 years Crane has experienced exotics cars both on and off the track. His artistic talents won him the opportunity to design and paint five of the famed Monterey Historic Automobile Races posters.
Most recently, Crane was editor of AUTO Aficionado magazine which focused on "collector cars, new and old" including historic car races, tours, rallies, auctions and Concours d'Elegance events. "I can't deny my passion for French and Italian cars and I welcome the opportunity to share my experiences and stories from my racing and motoring career with the readers of VeloceToday.com." Crane's "A Car Life" weekly features are already a huge success.
In early 2008, VeloceToday.com made a decision to add a French car theme to the existing Italian-only focus. Vack explains, "Ironically, it was our Italian car enthusiasts that wrote us on a regular basis asking that we add French car topics--the two just go hand in hand."
With veteran contributors lending their expertise from around the world, VeloceToday.com has successfully fused two passions into one central location on the web site. Readers and subscribers continue to remark about the great articles every week that include details of both French and Italian cars, their history and related events. Subscriptions are free of charge to enthusiasts.
More information and to subscribe to weekly electronic updates: http://www.velocetoday.com
Cindy A. Meitle
CAR PR USA LLC