Motorsport to Host NASCAR Television Show “Raceline”
Motorsport.com, a Miami-based technology and multimedia company, and CAP Sports Group, announced Friday that the two parties have formed an agreement to distribute the weekly stock car news program “Raceline” on Motorsport.com.
Produced 52 weeks a year, “Raceline” is a weekly syndicated show about NASCAR racing, already airing on broadcast stations from New York to Los Angeles and worldwide over the American Forces Television Network and the London-based Outdoor Sport Channel.
“The addition of “Raceline” to Motorsport.tv will allow race fans around the world to enjoy all the news and notes surrounding the exciting sport of stock car racing,” said Scott Sebastian, vice president of public relations and marketing, Motorsport.com.
The addition of “Raceline” supports Motorsport.com’s editorial work in the genre with its recent appointment of leading National Association of Stock Car Racing (NASCAR) news journalist Jim Utter as the company’s NASCAR Editor – Motorsport.com. Utter joins veteran journalist Lee Spencer positioning Motorsport.com as a premier source for NASCAR news and information.
Hosted by Joe Moore, a 30-year veteran NASCAR radio broadcaster, “Raceline” features the latest news and information from NASCAR’s top three series, including, NASCAR Sprint Cup, NASCAR Xfinity and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series’.
Formed in 1994, Motorsport.com is a network of online motorsports content featuring digital distribution, video, and interactive multimedia.