Site See will literally untangle the 'web' of auto-racing information available on the Internet
Harrisburg, NC (PRWEB) October 1, 2009
National Speed Sport News's Web site, nationalspeedsportnews.com, has added a new feature designed to give race fans an online source for auto-racing news and feature stories from across the country and around the world.
Representatives of the new http://www.nationalspeedsportnews.com will scan the Internet for the best auto-racing stories and Site See will provide online visitors with a brief synopsis of those stories along with links to the hosting sites.
"Site See will literally untangle the 'web' of auto-racing information available on the Internet," said Corinne Economaki, publisher of National Speed Sport News. "There is a tremendous amount of quality auto-racing news and information available on the Internet, but very few people have time to regularly visit the vast number of sites.
"When combined with our Today's News feature, Site See provides a quick and concise way to learn about all the stories that are making news in the racing industry on any given day," Economaki added. "Site See is the direct result of feedback from race fans who wanted a simpler way to better keep up with their favorite sport."
Nationalspeedsportnews.com provides race fans, drivers and industry insiders an online destination for breaking news along with access to the same quality writing and photography they have enjoyed in the paper's printed version for 75 years.
The new Site See feature is available free to all visitors, but a majority of the content at nationalspeedsportnews.com is available only to those who subscribe to the printed version of the National Speed Sport News or purchase an online subscription.
An online-only subscription is $14.99 per year while a one-year subscription to National Speed Sport News - 50 issues - is available for $47, or a two-year subscription can be purchased at the discounted price of $79. Print subscriptions include online access.
Subscriptions can be purchased online at http://www.nationalspeedsportnews.com or by calling 1-866-455-2531.
Founded in 1934, National Speed Sport News is recognized as America's Weekly Motorsports Authority™ and is the only auto-racing newspaper archived in the permanent collection of the Library of Congress.
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