Speed51.com powered by JEGS has partnered with 4M.net to bring forth a common area for racers and fans to discuss anything and everything short track racing-related from anywhere in the world. Any conversation about pavement racing that any fan could want to have can now take place on the newly-enhanced 4M.net Pavement forums powered by Speed51.com.
4M.net is managed by the Arizona Sport Shirts company. All discussion moderating will be managed by 4M.net’s moderators, but Speed51.com employees will start and take part in discussions as well.
“Speed51.com will be a great asset to 4M.net,” said Gerald Newton, Senior Vice President of Operations at Arizona Sport Shirts. “We are always looking for avenues to increase viewership and with Speed51.com, the 100-percent Short Track Racing site, it just made plenty of sense to partner up.”
Already the leader in dirt racing discussion with thousands of registered users from across North America and beyond, 4M.net has enhanced its forum structure with added pavement racing forums, including dedicated section for pavement divisions such as Super Late Models, Pro Late Models, Modifieds, Late Model Stock Cars, Legend Cars and the NASCAR K&N Pro Series.
Also, 4M.net will be the central location for discussion forums pertaining to pavement short track racing’s biggest events. Currently, fans can chat about January’s CRA SpeedFest 2016 at Crisp Motorsports Park in Georgia, the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at New Smyrna Speedway (FL) and the Winter Showdown at Kern County Speedway (CA) in February and the Southern Super Series’ Rattler 250 at South Alabama Speedway in March.
“We here at Speed51 love talking racing and we know that all of our readers love talking racing as well,” said Bob Dillner, Executive Editor of Speed51.com. “4M.net has been a great forum for racing discussion, and we’re happy to partner with them to give our pavement racing fans a place to come together and talk racing.”
If you’re already having racing withdrawals, head on over to the 4M.net forum on Speed51.com to talk racing with other fans from around the world right now.
-51 Sports Press Release.