Bench Racing Soars to a New Level for Any Racer, Anywhere

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Any Racer, Anywhere will Find a New Way to Connect with More Fans through a New Weekly Radio Show Created by RacingIn.com and RaceTalkRadio.com

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“We all Bench Race after every night of racing at any level of racing! Now racers can Bench Race every week on their own radio show..."

As Speedweeks race to a crescendo with great racing all around central Florida, racers across the United States are feeling the itch to get back on the track! Giving every racer the opportunity to promote themselves even more, RacingIn.com and RaceTalkRadio.com are proud to announce a new weekly radio show that will focus on racers and race tracks from all levels of racing, all across the United States!

Starting in early March, Bench Racing with RacingIn.com will air on RaceTalkRadio.com every Wednesday evening at 9pm (eastern) and will focus on 3 main areas:

1) Individual Racer Results: Out of the more than 1,000 racers keeping personal Racing Pages at RacingIn.com, the prior week's Top Performers will be congratulated!

2) Driver Interviews: Every week, local racers will be welcomed onto the show where they’ll have a chance to share their story, connect with new fans, and give their perspective on their corner of the world of racing.

3) Upcoming Racing Events: With any track, anywhere able to post their race schedules at RacingIn.com, the show will end with a list of scheduled races from across the United States, as posted at the ‘Scheduled Racing’ section of RacingIn.com

“What started as a small idea to connect every race fan with any racer and more than 1,600 race tracks across the United States has taken on a life of it’s own,” said Scott Kosak, the Founder of RacingIn.com, continuing “with more than 1,000 racers having created their personal Racing Pages at RacingIn.com over the past 18 months, Bench Racing will gives us a chance to expose proud racers at every level of the sport to fans all over the world!”

In 2011, RacingIn.com will welcome hundreds of thousands of race fans who are yearning to connect with great racing and local racers. Racers who would like to potentially benefit from the free promotion that Bench Racing will provide simply need to log on to RacingIn.com and create your personal Racing Pages.

“We all Bench Race after every night of racing at any level of racing,” said RaceTalkRadio.com co-owner Dennis Michelsen. “Now racers can Bench Race every week on their own radio show with Bench Racing on RacingIn.com. Telling tall tales and blaming the other guy for the crash is encouraged.”

Bench Racing with RacingIn.com will be hosted by Scott Kosak, the founder of RacingIn.com with occasional appearances by Dennis Michelsen of RaceTalkRadio.com. The first show will air on Wednesday, March 9th at 9pm (eastern).

More About RacingIn®.com
RacingIn®.com has firmly established itself as the only website connecting every race fan with any racer, anywhere and more than 1,500 race tracks across the United States. Thousands of race fans visit every week to search for racing and racers near where they live and where they’re looking to travel! RacingIn.com isn’t just a resource for race fans to connect with tracks and racers, but a 100% FREE promotional tool to be used by Any Racer, Anywhere and any track in the United States.

More About RaceTalkRadio.com
RaceTalkRadio.com ownership combines the creative talents of digital media artist Lori Munro from War-Wagon.com with NASCAR writers Dennis Michelsen and Mike Harper. This unique blend has produced some of the most cutting edge programming in the racing industry! Whether you have the "Racing Gene" or are just a NASCAR fan…click over to RaceTalkRadio.com and strap in for a unique racing experience. From NASCAR to the dirt tracks we cover it all.

For more information about RacingIn.com, contact Scott Kosak via the above contact information.
For more information about RaceTalkRadio.com, contact Dennis Michelsen at (815) 991-5707

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