среда, 23 апреля 2008 г.

Racing Results

Atlanta lost out to Charlotte, North Carolina to be the site of the future NASCAR Hall of Fame. Charlotte won the coveted tourist attraction mainly due to the fact that most of the sport's drivers are based in the Charlotte area.

About NASCAR Racing: The NASCAR guide for About keeps fans up to date with the latest news, results, points and rankings, and much more on his comprehensive NASCAR site.

World of Racers: Schedules and results for the Busch Series, the Craftsman Truck Series, and the Winston Cup Series.

Big Races Atlanta Hosts:

Atlanta hosts two major races each season that are part of the all important Sprint Cup Series. The two races generate a huge amount of revenue for the state of Georgia. People usually camp out all weekend for each of the races.

воскресенье, 20 апреля 2008 г.

Races Outside of the US

Given that there are areas of the United States that are desperate for a local NASCAR race, does it make sense for NASCAR to be taking its product out of the country?

NASCAR is constantly on the lookout for ways to expand its reach. This is an exciting new marketing opportunity. NASCAR obviously feels that taking its show on the road outside of the United States is the secret to continuing growth.

The other side of this issue is that there are thousands of fans right here in the USA that are under-served by NASCAR's existing schedules. Shouldn't NASCAR focus on pleasing their existing fan base and attracting new American fans before they look internationally?
Latest Developments
In 2005 NASCAR held its first modern era points race outside of the United States when the Nationwide Series visited Mexico in early March. The road course at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez near Mexico City hosted the Nationwide Series drivers.

Was the race a success? That depends on what you consider a success. Certainly the NASCAR message was brought to a large number of potential new race fans. However, do the benefits outweigh the lost opportunity to serve NASCAR's fans here in America? There are a limited number of racing weekends available each year and that weekend spent in Mexico could have been spent somewhere in the US that doesn't have easy access to a race.

пятница, 18 апреля 2008 г.

Atlanta Fan Guide

Given that there are areas of the United States that are desperate for a local NASCAR race, does it make sense for NASCAR to be taking its product out of the country?

NASCAR is constantly on the lookout for ways to expand its reach. This is an exciting new marketing opportunity. NASCAR obviously feels that taking its show on the road outside of the United States is the secret to continuing growth.

The other side of this issue is that there are thousands of fans right here in the USA that are under-served by NASCAR's existing schedules. Shouldn't NASCAR focus on pleasing their existing fan base and attracting new American fans before they look internationally?
Latest Developments
In 2005 NASCAR held its first modern era points race outside of the United States when the Nationwide Series visited Mexico in early March. The road course at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez near Mexico City hosted the Nationwide Series drivers.

Was the race a success? That depends on what you consider a success. Certainly the NASCAR message was brought to a large number of potential new race fans. However, do the benefits outweigh the lost opportunity to serve NASCAR's fans here in America? There are a limited number of racing weekends available each year and that weekend spent in Mexico could have been spent somewhere in the US that doesn't have easy access to a race.

вторник, 15 апреля 2008 г.

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