Bedford-based iRacing.com, the motorsports simulation company, has launched an ambitious online motorsports news website - www.inRacingNews.com - that already has an almost overwhelming amount of information.
Already, it's possible to single out the racing series you wish to follow.
"The site is up and running now and we already are experiencing a good deal of traffic," said John Henry, Red Sox principal owner and co-owner of iRacing.com. "This is a very exciting development. Everyone is welcome to use inRacingNews.com; there's no registration or anything - just visit the site."
With existing partnerships with many manufacturers and sanctioning bodies across all types of racing and 40 percent of its membership outside of North America, the move was a natural one for iRacing.com's growing presence.
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