Speed51.com Gets a Pre-Season Makeover
Short Track Racing Website is Now Brighter, Easier to Read and Faster to Load
This is the time of the year when many racecars get a fresh coat of paint and a new set of decals or when a driver might order up a fresh new racing suit.  New looks are being prepared and modeled in time for the start of the 2007 racing season.
valuable information are the links to various sponsors of the site, which are now more highly visible.

“There’s more visibility now for our sponsors with the new site and that is a good thing for everyone,” said Twist.  “Our site is all about racing and our advertisers are all racing people.  All of the sponsors are a great source to find what you need for your racecar, team or racing lifestyle.”

Speed51.com has become a leader in online Motorsports information by focusing on the Short Track Racing realm.  51 realized nearly five years ago that there was a void in the industry for news and behind-the-scenes stories.  Now, 51 is viewed by thousands of fans per day.  The site fuels your Short Track appetite for NASCAR's Grand National Divisions, NASCAR Modified Tours, the USAR Pro Cup Series, Super Late Models from all across the country and much more.

51 Sports, publisher of Speed51.com, is continually signing up clients for its Sports Services and Web Design work for 2007 and beyond.  51 offers everything from single-time press releases to full campaigns, website development and much more.  If you are interested in finding out more, please contact us at www.speed51.com or through Jeremy Troiano at (704) 455-2051.

For all the latest in short track racing news and event coverage, be sure to check out Speed51.com.  For more information on Speed51.com, contact Jeremy Troiano at 51 Sports by calling (704) 455-2051.




It's the time of the year to see new paint schemes on racecars, as well as a new design for Speed51.com. 
(Top - 51 Photo, Bottom - Norm Marx Photo)
Speed51.com is following that pattern this year as well.  The popular short track racing website debuted today a new design with bright colors and easy to read graphics taking center stage.

“I’m really pumped about the new design,” said 51’s Matt Dillner, who led the redesign efforts.  “Our site has become a big part of the short track racing community and we really wanted to make it more user-friendly and easier to navigate. It’s sort of like bringing your racecar to the track at a season-opener with a slick new paint scheme… it’s something to be proud of and that’s the feeling we all have with the new-look Speed51.com.”

Fans will find many advantages to the new site.

“It’s cleaner and it’s faster… that’s the bottom line,” said Dillner.  “I think that some of the new features make the site more interesting as well. “The Skinny” is probably my favorite improvement.  It replaces the old ticker and allows us to bring you more quick news bits that you can access with one click of a button.  I navigate the site daily, as a fan of short track racing, and wanted more from the site.  Now I think we’ve responded.”

“Visiting Speed51.com is already more fun,” said Mike Twist, Editor of Speed51.com.  “The first thing that fans will notice are brighter colors and bigger photos.  But, it’s not all about what looks good either.  The new design allows us to showcase more stories to fans in a way that makes everything easier to find.  Fans can also find what races are coming up next, what the short track “skinny” of the day is and a ton of other information about short track racing.”

In addition to the stories and race coverage on Speed51.com, another source of