Full Throttle Magazine launches new website
By Bert Lehman
Editor, Full Throttle Magazine
With another race season upon us, Full Throttle Magazine has launched its own website that will bring race fans in central and eastern Wisconsin closer to the racing action.
The Full Throttle website, found at www.fullthrottlenow.com, will provide fans of local racing with a plethora of original content — including feature articles, driver profiles, historical articles, and blogs by Bert Lehman, editor of Full Throttle Magazine, and Joe Verdegan, longtime local race journalist. The original content is what will set the Full Throttle Magazine website apart from other websites, and make it a must follow for local race fans.
The new website features state-of-the-art responsive design that looks great whether you’re viewing on a desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile phone.
There are several websites that do a great job of providing fans with news from individual tracks. The Full Throttle Magazine website will also provide this news for those looking for it, but this news won’t be the focus of the website. Again, the focus will be on original content that can only be found at www.fullthrottlenow.com.
The website is currently mostly populated with articles that have appeared in Full Throttle Magazine in 2010, 2011, or 2013. This gives local race fans the opportunity to catch up on articles they may have missed over the years. More of these past articles will be added periodically.
Other items to be added in the future include audio and video files related to local racing. These files will include driver interviews, as well as other original audio and video content we gather throughout the season.
In addition to the original content provided on the website, local race fans can browse through the “Events” section of the website to help them decide which tracks they want to visit in central and eastern Wisconsin. For each race event listed in the Events section, the time and date is listed, as well as contact information for the track or sanctioning body, and a Google map with the location of the track. The Google map allows fans to map their way to the desired track. This is a must view for any local race fans looking to plan a racing vacation.
In addition to the Full Throttle Magazine website, and the six issues of Full Throttle Magazine scheduled to be published in 2014, fans can also follow the local race scene by following Full Throttle Magazine on Twitter (@FullThrottleNow) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/FullThrottleMagazine). For updates regarding day of race event information, some race results, and breaking news, make sure to follow us on Twitter. For updates about upcoming race events, happenings at local tracks, and other fun racing related items, follow us on Facebook.