We are dedicated to linking our online technology and businesses with the motorsports industry
Racelink created a digital eco-system where motorsports and businesses can be self-sustained by the symbiotic links between businesses and users fueling events, creating traffic and content within the platform. Motorsports events generate traffic, and businesses need customers to create sales. Racelink not only offers the traffic generating technology, but offers online media platforms and a direct sales system as well. This digital bionetwork with the platform gives motorsports professionals and enthusiasts an opportunity to turn a hobby into a career.
Many fans and enthusiasts are limited financially since racing is one of the most expensive sports/hobbies in the world that the most people in the world do. Racelink will combine original technology to give businesses better results for advertising/sponsorships, thus allowing people across the entire world paid motorsports opportunities in real and simulated racing.
Similar methods that made YouTube, Facebook and others very successful, have influenced the creation of a motorsports platform that is easy to sponsor for real and simulation racing. Racelink will invigorate motorsports around the world and open new doors for all businesses interested in promoting SIM or real racing.
Motorsports events for SIM and REAL racing can be created by users or event organizers of iRacing and Assetto Corsa, or F1, WRC, FD, etc. Entry fees, prizes, experience, successes, news and more will be recorded as a resume for each driver, team or professional in the motorsports or related industries.
This platform makes way for SIM and REAL racing. SIM technology has been proven to carry over to real performance racing. The advances in physics and graphics along with customized home cockpits make simulated racing just as effective when put to the test. NASA and Military train pilots on simulators well before an aircraft is flyable. In real racing, not having simulated practice puts any team at a disadvantage in more ways than one.
SIM racers such as, Finland’s Greger Huttu and England’s Jann Mardenborough, have been invited to join real performance racing teams after proving themselves worthy when transferring their experience from SIM to reality.
RaceLink has the potential to cultivate partnerships, create events and share them, create content, advance careers, and offer sponsorship’s within the motorsports industry.
Help Racelink grow!
RaceLink offers thousands of simulated racing events per year. Race entry fees range from $10 to $1,000,000 with top prizes equaling over $4,800,000!
Sponsors can make offers and create Ad revenue through the RaceLink platform. Sponsors can easily scan profiles and reach out to teams and racers with ease.
Users can upload motorsports content and get paid through Ad Revenue and sponsors.