Motorsport.com, is the industry's comprehensive online destination for motorsports news. We provide interactive multi-media experiences of race series through exclusive videos and photos, race standings, schedules, locations, race team profiles and other unique racing content. Motorsport.com's chairman is Emerson Fittipaldi. A two time F1 world champion and two time Indy 500 winner, Emerson is an accomplished sport and business legend. Emerson considers motorsport.com's digital distribution platform the ideal vehicle for the world's top brands to engage race fans and capitalize on the explosive growth in advertising dollars invested in the industry.
We provide in-depth, up-to-the-minute coverage on the full spectrum of motor racing and rallies, including:
- Formula 1
- Sports car
- Drag racing
We’re fans, and we’re fan-driven; make us your destination for motorsport content on the Internet today!
Located in six countries and three continents around the world, our international staff shares a common passion for motorsports. We also work with a pool of leading journalists who cover motorsports, ensuring that we deliver the most reliable and timely news and information.
A brief history of motorsport.com
The Motorsport.com team forms as moderators of the rec.autos.sport.info newsgroup.
Motorsport.com goes online as one of the first motorsport news sites on the Internet.
1997-1998: The first expansion
New content, feature articles, photography, and online competitions such as the F1 Pick 6 and F1PP are added to Motorsport.com.
2004: Motorsport.com dominated AARWBA awards
Motorsport.com places in top 3 for multiple awards in online categories, and earns first place as a Professional Racing Web Site of 2003 by The American Auto Racing Writers and Broadcasters Association (AARWBA).
2005: Best Professional Racing Web Site
Motorsport.com wins the prize for best Professional Racing Web Site of 2004 by The American Auto Racing Writers and Broadcasters Association (AARWBA).
2011: Motorsport.com acquired by Net Element, Inc.
Motorsport.com is acquired by Net Element, an international technology company and an online developer of leading intellectual properties. Through Net Element, Motorsport.com begins the transition to a more dynamic and video-based portal.
2011: Motorsport.com launches version 4.0
2011: Emerson Fittipaldi joins Motorsport.com as Chairman