Motorsports - Sample Resources
Auto Racing on Autoweek.com
Autoweek, an American fortnightly publication, is targeted to car racing enthusiasts all over the world. The first publication came in 1958. In 1977, Crain Communications Inc. took over this publication. The Autoweek.com website can provide hours of delightful entertainment to all global car racing fans. This link takes you to the Autoweek.com racing section. Here, all car racing enthusiasts can catch the latest racing news, auto shows, auto reviews, vehicle trends, and automotive lifestyle stories. This digital magazine is also available on mobile devices.
American Power Boat Association
The American Power Boat Association or APBA is the governing body for power boat racing in U.S. With the progression of technology and hi-tech boats, new U.S., North American, and World Records are set every year in the world of powerboat racing. The global powerboat industry if full of speed, high risks, and great rewards. The ABA sanctions more than 150 powerboat races across the U.S. APBA struggled to acquire a good insurance provider, but has finally found the best insurance provider in the industry. APBA provides an official channel to win a National, North America, or World Championship.
Motorcycle Racing by MotoUSA.com
MotoUSA.com is the independent voice of online motorcycle journalism. Since its inception in 1996, the simple knowledge sharing platform for motorcycles and motorcycle racing grew into a full-fledged business endeavor. Today, Motorcycle USA has full-time editorial staff looking after the digital publication. The website also sells motorcycle gear and accessories to supplement advertising. Later, this gear and accessories business has branched off into a separate company called Motorcycle-Superstore.com. Motorcycle USA covers breaking news on sport bikes, dirt bikes, ATV, and motorbike racing events. The editors in Motorcycle USA offer their impartial voice and insider perspective.
Drag Racing Tutorial
This Tutorials Point tutorial on Drag Racing is targeted to absolute beginners in drag racing. Drag racing, by the way, features a race in which two competing racers try to reach the destination first in order to win the race. The tutorial teaches the basic rules of the game, and provides an overall knowledge of the game. This is a great start for someone who is dreaming to be a professional drag racer one day. The left pane on the page offers quick navigation through the different modules of the tutorial. Also learn more about drag racing at Tutorials Point through various other tutorials.
A Brief History of Formula One Racing
As a Formula One lover, do you know the history of this exciting and thrilling motor sport? Don't worry if you don't, as the article, A Brief History of Formula One Racing, brings you abreast with the history of F1 and how the sport emerged from the vibrant racing scene in Europe during the inter-war years. There were talks of starting a Formula One championship in the 1930, but with World War II erupting, the talks did not materialize. After the war ended, the first F1 race was hosted in 1947 but details took another three years to pan out, and the first F1 championship was held in May 1950 at Silverstone. Ever since, there has been no looking back. The article also gives you details of the first winners of Formula One and the way Michael Schumacher ruled the tracks.
NASCAR for Dummies Cheat Sheet
This Dummies series offers a quick and dirty NASCAR cheat sheet to new car racing enthusiasts. On this page, the car racing enthusiast can pick up the basics of car racing and can also learn what the different colored flags mean. If you spend time on this page, you are likely to become a NASCAR expert in no time. The page provides an insightful tutorial to someone who is headed for a NASCAR race. Packed with insights, the car racing fan is bound to have great fun on the racing tracks. For starters, NASCAR hosts three national racing series, which are NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series, and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.