Borrowed this post from Rennlist, original by J. Dunkle
Very interesting, take a moment to investigate, may be NASA's TV future here!
> Hi Folks,
> Recently, I had the pleasure of conversing with Mr. Jim Liberatore, who
> has an extensive background in Automotive Racing Programming and TV
> Broadcasting. BUT, to convince the broadcast service providers there is
> interest from the viewing public in a "non-NASCAR" racing and historic
> racing venue - we need your help!! It will take about 15-30 seconds of
> you time - and you can "vote" by simply clicking a button.... Once you
> have voted - you can optionally enter your e-mail address (which will be
> held in confidence) and offer any opinions and comments..
> Here is that link:
> From Jim, here is his overview and request for your help bringing this
> channel option into YOUR home!:
> "A new all-racing network channel is about to launch in 2008. It will
> feature many forms of racing as you will see from the list within the
> link. This is non-NASCAR racing and race series and events that will be
> shown live or first run, as well as historical and library racing. The
> network will also carry a "Club Block" which will highlight the monthly
> happenings of various car clubs throughout the country.
> However, new networks such as this need help to show that the service
> provider would gain subscribers. Please take 30 seconds to clink on the
> link found on this page http://www.theracingnetwork.com
, and follow the
> prompting. There is no obligation; this is merely help to get this network
> on the air. Your email address will not be sold or given out and it is
> not even necessary to share unless you want updates on the progress of The
> Racing Network."