Kenosha, Wisconsin – (via THE
HOSTING NEWS) – August 12, 2005 – ReadyHosting.com and the have joined forces
to support racecar driver Jason Jarrett of the ARCA RE/MAX Series, son of 1999
NASCAR Nextel Cup Champion, Dale Jarrett.
As an ARCA RE/MAX Series and race team sponsor, ReadyHosting.com offered theWHIR
its associate sponsorship position for upcoming races at Nashville Superspeedway
on August 13th and Michigan International Speedway on August 19th.
TheWHIR will be given a prominent sponsorship position on the No.25 car, owned
by Venturini Motorsports of the ARCA RE/MAX Series.
David Fricke, President of ReadyHosting.com explained, ”TheWHIR has proven
to be an authority on the web hosting industry for many years. We look at the
publication as a key partner and support its effort to increase awareness of
the industry among the loyal NASCAR fan base.”
ReadyHosting.com has been using the auto racing sponsorship to boost its visibility.
” NASCAR racing provides more brand awareness and interest than any of the
other major sports,” says Fricke. ”The opportunities to build business-to-business
relationships within the racing community are endless.”
The first race for theWHIR/ReadyHosting.com Motorsports team is Saturday, August
13th at the Nashville Superspeedway. The 150-lap event will be televised live
on SPEED Channel at 2 pm EST. Check your local listings for channel information.
Stephen Mayhew, Publisher of The Web Host Industry Review described the partnership,
”TheWHIR is pleased to be given the opportunity by ReadyHosting.com to introduce
both the professional racing sponsors and fans alike to the less publicized
world of web hosting. Our publication provides a wealth of web hosting knowledge
to enlighten the novice as well as the seasoned expert.”
ARCA was founded in 1953 in Toledo, Ohio by John Marcum, who raced against and
was an official for Bill France, Sr., the founder of NASCAR.
Now in its sixth decade ARCA is recognized among the premier sanctioning bodies
in the U.S., administering over 100 race events each season in two professional
touring series and local events.
For more than 50 years, ARCA has presented championship stock car racing to
fans, competitors and sponsors at the highest levels of the sport.
The ARCA RE/MAX Series has crowned a national champion each season since 1953
and annually visits some of the most prestigious motorsports venues in the world-including
Daytona International Speedway, Talladega Superspeedway, Pocono Raceway, Michigan
International Speedway, Kansas Speedway and Chicagoland Speedway to name a few.
In addition, the very diverse ARCA RE/MAX Series, which races on both pavement
and dirt, is the second longest running national championship racing series
in the country, with only the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series possessing more longevity.
The ARCA RE/MAX Series has become the proving ground for many of tomorrowÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s
NASCAR super stars. In fact, many of NASCARÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s elite race teams have turned towards
the RE/MAX Series to assist in facilitating their driver development programs.
Hendrick Motorsports, Roush Racing, Evernham Motorsports and Joe Gibbs Racing
are just a few of the NASCAR teams that field a car and driver in the RE/MAX
Series on any given race weekend.
Among famous drivers who have competed in the ARCA RE/MAX Series are:
Tony Stewart, Mark Martin, Michael Waltrip, Ryan Newman, Casey Mears, Davey
Allison, Ernie Irvan, Jeremy Mayfield, Bill Venturini, Sr., Phil Parsons, Lake
Speed, Benny Parsons, Kyle Petty, Kerry Earnhardt, Adam Petty, Brett Bodine,
Todd Bodine, Alan Kulwicki, Darrell Waltrip, Ken Schrader, Sterling Marlin,
Ron Hornaday, Larry Foyt, Scott Riggs and Kyle Busch.
The ARCA RE/MAX Series sanctions 20 to 25 events each season. Over the past
decade the RE/MAX Series has increased in popularity, not only in event attendance
but in the size of average television viewership.
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