Drag Racing Scene Magazine Expands Distribution To Include Street Car Takeover Events
Drag Racing Scene magazine, a part of the family of automotive performance and racing titles published by Xceleration Media Group (www.xcelerationmedia.com), announced it is expanding its extensive distribution network to include attendees of every Street Car Takeover event in 2017.
Xceleration Media (XM) is continuously committed to look for creative and innovative delivery channels to distribute its high-quality magazines direct to enthusiasts. In just four years, Street Car Takeover has quickly grown to include 17 events spanning the nation showcasing high-horsepower street cars. Thousands of spectators watch as motorsports enthusiasts come together to race and show their vehicles of all makes of exotics, imports, and domestics – even trucks and motorcycles. Innovative racing formats, such as no prep and roll racing, along with 14 different classes, allow racers at every level to enjoy the sport of drag racing.
“This is a great example of our continued growth with both our website and magazine,” Editorial Director Todd Silvey said. “We don’t want to focus on one particular series or genre of racing – which is why we chose the word ‘scene’ in the title – we cover it all. We want to get Drag Racing Scene directly into the hands of every enthusiast who is passionate about drag racing and craves information about improving their car. I think Street Car Takeover participants and spectators will appreciate, and benefit from, getting their hands on the magazine at the events.”
Justin Keith, one of the creators of Street Car Takeover agrees with Silvey. “I think this a great thing! Our events fit well with their magazine’s broad focus. We are always looking to bring something new to our events; offering complimentary Drag Racing Scene at every event is an extra bonus for participants. Having something to educate racers and fans in the grandstands in between rounds is a bonus too!”
Drag Racing Scene is an extensive website and quarterly magazine that covers the cars, drivers, and technology that define the sport of drag racing from the pro ranks to the local drag strips. Visit www.dragracingscene.com for the latest news, coverage, features, and tech. The magazine can be found at events across the country (including every Street Car Takeover event), viewed online, or join the Enthusiast Club to get it delivered straight to your door.