partners with Raceline teams with the NASCAR television show, Raceline.

MIAMI, July 10, 2015 --, a Miami based global technology and multimedia company, and CAP Sports Group, today announced the two parties have formed an agreement to distribute the weekly stock car news program "RACELINE" on

Produced 52 weeks a year, "RACELINE" is America's only weekly syndicated show about NASCAR racing, already airing on broadcast stations from New York to Los Angeles and worldwide over the American Forces Television Network and the London-based Outdoor Sport Channel.

"The addition of "RACELINE" to will allow millions of race fans around the world to enjoy all the news and notes surrounding the exciting sport of stock car racing," said Scott Sebastian, vice president of public relations and marketing, "Joe Moore is one of the best voices in the NASCAR garage and we're thrilled to provided "RACELINE" programming content on our digital platform,"

The addition of "RACELINE" supports's editorial strength in the genre with its recent appointment of leading National Association of Stock Car Racing (NASCAR) news journalist Jim Utter as the company's NASCAR Editor – Utter joins veteran journalist Lee Spencer positioning as the premier source for NASCAR news and information.

Hosted by Joe Moore, a 30-year veteran NASCAR radio broadcaster, "RACELINE" features the latest news and information from NASCAR's top three series, including, NASCAR Sprint Cup, NASCAR Xfinity and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series'.

"We're happy to add to our growing list of platforms of coverage," said Curt Pires, president, CAP Sports Group. "The combination of our extensive list of broadcast stations, regional sports networks and now ensures that race fans everywhere will have access to the best NASCAR coverage now available."

The premier digital distribution platform for motorsports coverage, is home to the world's largest library of racing content and digital images all housed by our state-of-the-art, custom-made content management system.


Formed in 1994, is a technically advanced international network of online motorsports content featuring world-class digital distribution, video and interactive multimedia worldwide with news offices in 14 countries in 10 different languages, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.




ABOUT Raceline

Raceline started as a local racing show on WPEN-TV in Hampton, VA. in 1993. The show grew to include regional racing, then went national with NASCAR coverage in 2000. Raceline is produced in Chesapeake, VA and is now syndicated on 120 broadcast stations and 25 regional sports networks across the US.




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