“With RacingIn®.com, racers all over the world can create their own free Racing Pages and interact with fans everywhere with no added expense to their already tight racing budgets"
Naperville, IL (PRWEB) June 16, 2010
Across the United States, thousands of race fans are using RacingIn®.com every week to locate race tracks and drag strips as they search for great racing.
“RacingIn®.com was conceived more than 3 years ago as I was seeing the decrease in sponsorship revenue and ticket sales within major motorsports” explained Scott Kosak, the founder of RacingIn®.com, “Working on that big stage had caused me to forget about the great racing I enjoyed as at Stafford Motor Speedway in Connecticut. I figured that people weren’t simply forgetting about major motorsports, they simply had more difficulty enjoying them as the economy started to get more challenging for all.” His vision seems to be proven clear as week in and week out, thousands of race fans are reviewing not just large super speedway profiles, but also the profiles of more than 1,000 different race tracks as they search for local racing on ovals, drag strips and road courses across the United States!
As the very first socially-themed website exclusively devoted to connecting every race fan with any racer RacingIn®.com also provides the tens of thousands of local racers all over the United States the best opportunity to build their own FREE on-line Racing Pages to promote themselves, their racing and their sponsors!
RacingIn®.com provides every racer a free, high quality and interactive on-line presence, while at the same time giving race fans everywhere ‘inside access’ to interact with them whenever they’d like. “Racing at every level is fueled by the loyalty shared between racers and their fans. In the age of the internet and social media, with sponsorship cutbacks affecting everyone, racers everywhere need a turnkey way to promote themselves and connect with race fans.” said Kosak, “With RacingIn®.com, racers all over the world can create their own free Racing Pages and interact with fans everywhere with no added expense to their already tight racing budgets.”
To facilitate social engagement between racers and race fans, every racer gets their own racing forum where they can blog about their racing, promote their sponsors, and invite interaction from race fans who can create their own Racing Pages. The racers’ entries are then integrated directly into their Racing Pages, which also include a basic profile, their race schedule/results, descriptions of their racing vehicles and a complete photo gallery.
Given the feedback of some of the racers involved at RacingIn®.com it seems to be filling an obvious need with the feedback of racers recognizing the benefits associated with having their own free Racing Pages on the internet.
According to Kyle Brinkmann Racing of Elkhorn, WI, “We have chosen Racing In as our primary source of communication to our fans and marketing partners. Since making the move to Racing In we have gained two sponsors and Kyle was contacted by an ARCA team. There is no better place on the net to get you noticed and to get your message out there”.
RacingIn® isn’t just for adult racers, as explained by Ted Hodgdon of Danbury, CT whose son, Teddy Hodgdon, is a Tiger Sprint racer, “It provides a great way for the racer/fan to have their own website. I had been looking for a way to promote my son’s karting activities and it does not get any easier than RacingIn®.com! I was able to build a professional looking site in only a few minutes and did I mention the best part, it's free! I have already sent it to all his family and fans, the response has been terrific. They now have a place to follow his season.”
In just over a year, RacingIn®.com has firmly established itself as the first racing-themed social website focused on connecting every race fan with any racer and every race track in the United States. With more than 15,000 thousand members, friends, fans and followers across various mainstream social media sites, RacingIn®.com is looking forward to continued growth as the 2010 racing season deepens and race fans everywhere find local race tracks and their favorite local racers at RacingIn®.com.