If you are unable to make the Atlanta Region ARRC presented by GrassRoots Motorsports then have no fear! The Atlanta Region SCCA in conjunction with GoRacingTV.com has announced that the 16th Annual American Road Race of Champions will be rebroadcast on GoRacingTV.com
The American Road Race of Champions will run from Nov. 6 - 8 and is considered THE nationwide event of the season for SCCA regional road racers. The event features regional-only classes not invited to the National Runoffs. Last year, over 350 entrants representing 30 states and Canada competed to see who the top dog would be. This year, GoRacingTV.com will bring all of that action directly to your computer.
GoRacingTV.com will be there to cover all the action from green flag to the drop of the checkered for each class. According to Errol Tucker, producer of GoRacingTV.com, "We covered the June Sprints and the Runoffs, so it's only fitting that we cover the ARRC and give club road racing exposure at the Regional class level."
The ARRC will be held at Road Atlanta, a 2.54-mile, 12-turn road course recognized as one the world's best road courses. The multi-purpose motor sports facility is situated on 750 park-like acres in the rolling hills of Northeast Georgia, 35 miles north of Atlanta.
Viewers will have the ability to view the races during the weeks following the event. "We plan to film all of the racing action and air the Race Re-Cap Shows consecutively on a weekly basis, starting with the first two races showing on Wednesday Nov. 11. It's a big job working with that much video footage but we love the sport, so it will be a labor of love," said Tucker.
GoRacingTV.com began airing episodes of its "Club Racer" and "Auto Crosser" Web-based video shows in February of this year, but has quickly become the site where club racers can obtain updated information and news related to the amateur racing community. Most recently, the site aired a daily news show from the 2009 SCCA Runoffs, bringing viewers news and information on what was happening at the Runoffs.
Once again, GoRacingTV will be looking for competitors with interesting racing histories and/or stories to interview at the ARRC. These interviews will be part of the race coverage show. If you know of someone to spotlight or if you think you have an interesting story to share, please submit contact information and racing resume/bio at www.goracingtv.com/contact
GoRacingTV.com and its co-sponsors are enthused to be a part of this exciting project. For more information, go to GoRacingTV.com