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  • How to get the most from your R-compound track day tires

    Talk to 5 different people and you'll get 5 different pieces of advice about your track day tires. We'll clear up the confusion in our next webinar- How to get the most out of your R-compound track day tires.

    You'll learn how to:

    • properly set and check your pressures and understand what they mean
    • use a pyrometer to get reliable, repeatable data
    • scrub in a new set of tires and what happens if you don't
    • properly fit your track day tires on your car
    • drive your first out lap on cold tires
    • much more! 

    Categories: Webinar

    (Wed, 22 Mar 2017 12:04:00 GMT)

  • Help grow the motorsport you love

    We know you love motorsport. Do you also care about the health of motorsport? Do you wish more people knew how awesome this sport is? How much fun they would have? How many great people they would meet? Here is your opportunity to be the authority on the motorsport events you love.

    Become one of our Calendar Captains, moderate event listings from around the web and grow the sport by helping fellow enthusiasts find nearby events from one comprehensive event calendar.

    Our motto is: "nobody should miss an event because they didn't know about it".

    Categories: Organizers

    (Wed, 22 Feb 2017 13:30:00 GMT)

  • Memberships, licenses & credentials for motorsport

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    When I started writing this I was somewhere over Newfoundland, Canada returning from the Autosport show in central England. It is the European equivalent of the Performance Racing Industry show in Indianapolis with a more focused road racing theme befitting their heritage. The floor is covered with all kinds of club and pro-level cars and most of the Formula 1 grid is on display. It takes discipline to get work done with so much eye candy!

    Many clubs and circuits also have booths to promote their respective programs and racing championships to attract drivers for the upcoming season. I met with organizers to talk about MotorsportReg and RaceHero and I kept hearing a particular word that underscored why we've invested so much effort leading up to this announcement today: family.

    Manage your tribe

    Everyone reading this blog can attest to how much work it takes to manage your family/tribe- both literally and figuratively. We can't solve all your problems, but with our new features, we're hoping to greatly improve how you "literally" manage your members.

    Today we are officially launching our all-new membership, licensing and credentialing system. Designed specifically for the needs of motorsport groups who primarily exist to organize events, we have launched first-class support for everything an organization manages about its members and participants.

    Categories: Features

    (Tue, 24 Jan 2017 13:28:00 GMT)

  • Something big is coming...

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    We're about to blow the doors off how you manage
    memberships, licenses and credentials

    (Sat, 05 Nov 2016 12:00:00 GMT)

  • Pole Position- Midwest Cafe Racing Association

    Midwest Cafe Racing Association (MCRA) was one of the first motorcycle clubs to start using MotorsportReg, so what better club to feature for our first motorcycle Pole Position blog! I learned that some things are universal between all motorsport clubs (the accomplishment you feel sharing your passion with a newcomer) and some things have a much more significant impact for motorcycle clubs (weather!).

    josh_davis.jpgMCRA runs motorcycle track days and racing events in the Midwest area and caters to every level of rider. They offer inexpensive "Test the Track" sessions to help riders experience the track in a safe and controlled manner while also having fun. And their MCRA Challenge Series is keeping motorcycle racing alive and strong in St. Louis and the Midwest.

    Josh Davis has been with the club for about four seasons. He's experienced everything MCRA has to offer. As a customer, he participated in track days, went through the race licensing program, and raced the GT-AM class. He's been on the board of directors for roughly two years (Treasurer) and this season was asked to help coach new riders. He shared with us his passion for his sport and his club.

    Categories: Customers, Pole Position

    (Wed, 05 Oct 2016 11:00:00 GMT)

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