May 20, 2013 – RaceChaser Staff
Charlotte, N.C. – A brand new Motorsports news site aimed at providing multi-media coverage of motorsports at all levels makes its debut today as RaceChaser Online goes “live” for the first time at www.RaceChaserOnline.com.
Tom Baker, a veteran Motorsports Insider with over 20 years of covering the sport as a writer and a broadcaster, is the Managing Editor for the site. He says the site is being developed as a central hub for short-track racing coverage nationwide while also providing unique coverage of the sport’s “major leagues” as well.
“Our sport is the only sport where fans can cross the track on a Saturday night and hang out with the competitors,” Baker says. “I grew up doing that and I intend for us to bring that personal aspect to our coverage because without an emotional connection to a driver people just see cars going around a track. We’ll have race results but we’re going to focus on letting you read about, listen to and get to know the personalities that make our sport fun and exciting through unique and exclusive original content. We want you to hear about them first on our site before they make it big because many of the most incredible stories are about drivers who may never make it to the top but will accomplish great things where they are. We’ll update the site daily and bring breaking news as situations warrant. We’re not a forum. We’re a hard news site focused on becoming more comprehensive regionally and nationally as we grow.”
RaceChaser Online has formed a strategic partnership with 3-Wide-Life, a nationally syndicated Motorsports TV Show and website that also focuses primarily on short-track racing.
“I am really excited about working with Mike Guerity and the staff at 3-Wide-Life to develop and share content that can be promoted across all of our platforms in an energetic and passionate way,” continued Baker. “We’ll work together to cover events large and small and create multi-media content that informs, entertains and helps bring recognition to more than just the racers and series you see on TV each weekend. We eat, sleep and breathe racing and we wanted to combine our God-given talents and experience to do something to help the sport and give companies a unique, exciting and affordable way to reach the tens of thousands of “weekend warriors” nationwide whose demographics are essentially the same as the fans who attend the races you see on TV.”
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