Speedway, Indiana (May 7, 2018)
Officials with the American Rally Association (ARA), a wholly owned subsidiary of the United States Auto Club (USAC), announced today an agreement with Autoweek which allows the publication to become an official media partner of the American Rally Association.
Starting with Olympus Rally on May 19-20, Round 2 of the ARA National Championship Series, stage rally fans around the world will be able to enjoy event recaps, images, results, and other great content from each stop along the series' 7-event calendar through Autoweek at Autoweek.com/racing. Fans can subscribe to read all ARA-related and other automotive content by Autoweek at Autoweek.com/subscribe. These links will also be available on the ARA official website, AmericanRallyAssociation.org.
“We’re thrilled to be associated with the ARA,” said Autoweek Publisher Rory Carroll. “And with the teams, fans, and partners that make American Stage Rally so great to watch.”
Started in 1958 as a motorsports publication, Autoweek was originally aimed to provide tough to find information and statistics to racing enthusiasts. The magazine has a strong history with world-wide motorsports, including stage rally, which Autoweek has covered since it's inception. Today, the publication covers every corner of car culture on Autoweek.com, through social media, and in a fortnightly print magazine.
“We’re extremely pleased to announce this media partnership with Autoweek”, said ARA National Brand Manager Paul Giblin. “Having the results of the American Rally Association National Championship Series covered in Autoweek’s daily on-line publication alongside F1, WRC, USAC, IndyCar, NHRA and NASCAR allows race fans around the globe an easy opportunity to stay in touch with everything we’re doing here in the United States to advance the sport of stage rally.”
About American Rally Association (ARA)
A member-driven organization dedicated to the sport of Stage Rally, the American Rally Association provides a transparent, inclusive, and growing sanctioning body to competitors throughout America. A 501 (c)(3) non-profit and wholly owned subsidiary of the United States Auto Club (USAC), ARA is led by seasoned Stage Rally professionals who work hand in hand with an experienced Board of Directors to deliver a framework for safety, competition, promotion, and education for all aspects of the sport. The common goal of our members, volunteers, and organization is a thriving Stage Rally program in America.