CONCORD, N.C. – There’s a new online destination for race fans.

RacingAmerica.com, the home of live, short track racing, officially launched today. The website – formerly Speed51.com – also expanded its digital experience to provide more live grassroots races and unique behind-the-scenes racing content and original stories.

The site will also spotlight the day-to-day lives of race teams, including Hendrick Motorsports drivers and its teammates across campus, as we prepare to compete on tracks across the country.

In addition, Racing America will provide fans with the ability to follow their local superstars, the development of the future stars and their favorite Cup Series drivers when they return to compete at the grassroots level. That means fans can go behind the scenes for events like the Slinger Nationals, All-American 400 and Snowball Derby, where Chase Elliott placed third less than a month after winning the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series championship.

With the Thanksgiving Classic and Snowball Derby around the corner, be sure to bookmark RacingAmerica.com and follow them on TwitterFacebook and Instagram.