NORTH ADAMS, MA – November 14, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – RacingJunk.com, the world’s largest online motorsports marketplace, is pleased to announce it has been named the Official Classifieds of Lonesome Pine Raceway and Kingsport Speedway. These co-marketing partnerships will help to bring awareness of major racing events at Lonesome Pine Raceway and Kingsport Speedway, and will also help to increase brand recognition for RacingJunk.com among both tracks’ fans and drivers.
RacingJunk.com is a subsidiary of MotorHeadMedia.com. With over 850,000 registered members, the website connects to more than 2 million buyers and sellers every month, generating 30 million+ page views.
Lonesome Pine Raceway and Kingsport Speedway (also known as “The Concrete Jungle”) have partnered together for three seasons in a row. Lonesome Pine Raceway opened in the summer 1972; it is a 0.375-mile banked oval in Coeburn, VA and is currently part of NASCAR’s Whelen All-American Series (NWAAS). Kingsport Speedway was opened in 1965 as a small dirt track for local races. It was later paved over and is now a 0.375-mile concrete oval, also sanctioned by NWAAS.
Jim Sweener, Director of Sales for RacingJunk, said, “Lonesome Pine Raceway and Kingsport Speedway are both exciting additions to our partnership network. We’re honored to be a partner and know that the free classifieds on RacingJunk.com will be a valuable resource to all the racers and fans at these two historic tracks.”
“Partnering with RacingJunk.com is an honor for everyone at Lonesome Pine Raceway,” said a spokesperson for the motor speedway. “Being able to associate our name with RacingJunk.com is sure to bring more exposure to ‘The Pine,’ and we look forward to another great race season.”
A spokesperson for Kingsport Speedway said, “We are extremely happy to be partnering with RacingJunk.com. RacingJunk is an extremely common name around our track, and many of our drivers and potential drivers actively use the website. We look forward to seeing the RacingJunk brand all around the track in 2017.”
For more information on Lonesome Pine Raceway, visit their website at thepineraceway.com. To learn more about Kingsport Speedway, visit their website at newkingsportspeedway.com. For more information on RacingJunk.com, go to http://www.racingjunk.com.
Source: Source: Motor Head Media