Dirt Racing Report is dedicated to providing the racing community the latest information and entertainment in a clear, organized manner.
The overall goal is to provide the racing community information and entertainment that will influence them to attend races and support dirt track racing so the sport can grow and prosper.
My name is Brian Bores and I currently live in Charlotte, N.C. where I work for the local ABC affiliate television station. My goal is to take the skills and knowledge I have learned from working in the media business and apply it to this website. I’m currently the only one that works on the website, but I have it set up so that I can post a lot of news and information in a short amount of time.
My family has been involved in dirt track racing for a long time and it still remains a sport I follow a lot, even though I cannot attend as many races as I once could.
My Dad is the promoter at Attica Raceway Park in Attica, OH and I spent several summers traveling with Brian and Chad Kemenah when Chad drove the #15K UUI sprint car that my Dad owned.
I feel like my knowledge of the sport and the skills I have learned working in the media business will allow me to provide fans the information they want.
Dirt Racing Report plans on covering many types of dirt track racing through a variety of platforms. Sprint Car, Midget, Late Model, Modified and local race track news will be posted.
Information and entertainment of the major sanctioning bodies along with many race tracks will be posted on the site. Each track and sanctioning body has its own unique page so fans can find information specific to that sanctioning body or track.
Social media coverage is a major part of the website. Each sanctioning body and track will also have the latest Twitter widget and Facebook news widget embedded in each page if they have an active Twitter and/or Facebook fan page. Twitter and Facebook is a major part of all types of news coverage because it helps fans get information in a timely manner.