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Please submit only sites dealing with Autocross that is not SCCA sanctioned. Club sites should be submitted to Sports/Motorsports/Auto Racing/Clubs/.
Autocross is a technically demanding and incredibly fun driving sport, it involves one car on the course against the clock and is also known as Solo racing. The course can be somewhat like a road circuit but much shorter and marked with pylons instead of hard barriers. Competitors generally get three to four runs of about one minute in length during a day of competition. Here are the links and the pages to connect you with autocross.
Please include the following in a site submission:

Title = Name of Forum Description = Include site content features like, "Includes discussion of NASCAR, Formula One, and drag racing. Offers online, individual and email newsletter options."

Please do NOT include hype or heavy marketing. Please do NOT write description in 1st person (avoid using "we", "our"). Please do INCLUDE site content details and features. Please do submit the site to the most specific ''chat and forum'' category, if the discussion is limited to one type of motorsport.

Please DO consider becoming a volunteer ODP editor. It''s fun and you''ll get to review a large variety of motorsport topics.

Includes links to sites offering a forum for discussion regarding auto racing. Sites may include, but not limited to: discussion forums, listservs, mailing lists, chat rooms, message boards (such as Yahoo! Groups), and related sites focused on providing fans the opportunity to ask questions, get answers or just to talk to other auto racing fans.
These is a specialty type of car racing usually for children under the age of 16. Scaled down cars and motors are used.
List only Clubs that are for Auto Racing.

Only English language sites, other language sites should be listed under the World category.

Do not list any site or Club that is selling something for profit, those sites should go to the Shopping category.

Clubs for Street Rods, Honda Clubs, Cruising Clubs or the like should be listed here.

This category is for all Auto Racing type Clubs that are race car oriented.
Only submit Demolition Derby sites.

Any race track sites where they may run need to be submitted to Sports/Motorsports/Auto Racing/Tracks.

No site that is selling something may be submitted here. It should go to Shopping/Sports/Motorsports/Auto Racing.

These are cars that are raced at regular race tracks. They are usually from the wrecking yards and are outfitted with safety features to withstand crashing. The normal event consists of the cars crashing into each other until only one car remains moving and it is then declared the winner.
Includes links to sites that, well, provide links to other auto racing sites. Directories include sites that offer a bevy of links with little to no additional information. Also, welcome here are Web rings.
Please do not submit sites that do not have sufficient Drag Racing content or that present illegal content.

If your site is related to your personal vehicle please submit the site to Recreation/Autos/ and select the appropriates subcategory for your vehicle type.

If your sites purpose is the sell drag racing related parts and/or services please submit here.

Relating to organized legal drag racing teams, driver and tracks.
Only site with specific racing content will be listed here. Please submit sites relating to car upgrades and customization here.
Drifting is a fast growing form of motorsport founded by the Japanese. The professional series is called D1GP, founded by the "Drift King" Keichi Tsuchiya. The main idea of the sport is to slide the car through a series of judged corners on a race track. Three judges rate the car's speed, drift angle and the racing line of each performance. The amount of smoke generated by the spinning tires and other visual details are involved in the rating, too.
This category is for drivers that compete across multiple car classes or for drivers that compete is a division that is not represented by a subcategory. Please look for an appropriate subcategory (Stock Cars, Sprint Cars, etc) for your listing before submitting here.
Includes links to sites related to auto racing organizers, drivers and teams, and races involved in 4, 6, 12 or even 24 hours of racing. Examples include:
  • Le Man Series racing (including the 24 Hours of Le Mans (auto racing), truck racing. Please forward endurance motorcycle racing to Sports: Motorsports: Motorcycle Racing.
  • Sportscar racing is about cars which can travel faster than F1 cars and run for 4, 6, 12 or even 24 hours
  • FIA Grand Touring (FIA GT) racing and championships
  • IMSA Racing - International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) - sanctioning body for the American Le Mans Series, Star Mazda Series, Trans-Am Series, and Panoz Racing Series.
ENGLISH SITES ONLY. If your site does not have an English version, please submit it to the appropriate World category for your language.
English language general F1 sites will be listed in this category. Sites in other languages should be submitted to their appropriate category in World. If your site is specifically about a driver, circuit, team or F1 history, please find the appropriate subcategory and submit your site there.
This category is for general Motorsport sites related to Formula Racing with the exception of Formula 1. Teams, Drivers and Events should be submitted to the relevant sub-category.

ENGLISH SITES ONLY. If your site does not have an English version, please submit it to the appropriate World category for your language.

Formula Racing includes any sites relevant to motor racing which are described in the title with the word Formula i.e. Formula Renault, Formula 3, Formula 3000. The category includes drivers who drive in these Formulas. Formula 1 is an exception because of its unique standing and commercial properties.
This is an open wheel car that looks like a smaller version of the Sprint Car. They are larger than a Mini-Sprint, Micro-Sprint, Quarter Midget or a TQ race car. They are often powered by VW engines.
Websites for modified auto racing enthusiasts, from dirt track to asphalt track racing, including drivers, sanctioning bodies, businesses, and other information.
Please submit only sites about mud racing tracks, clubs or car & drivers here.
Mud Racing is the sport of racing a truck, rail or blower car down a mud or clay track that is usually 150-200 feet.
If the site is focused on reviews or coverage of automobiles and not solely on racing or auto-motorsport, then please re-direct the submission to the Recreation: Autos: Magazines and E-zines category.
Includes sites focused on news and media coverage of auto racing circuits, tracks, and events.
This category is for 4 Wheeled vehicles that race under Sanctioning Organization rules in desert races, etc. Only Trucks, Buggies and Cars should be included here. For Off Road Motorcycle racing, please submit to the category:

Sports/Motorsports/Motorcycle_Racing/

Trucks and Buggies that race under often severe conditions in deserts and off road terrain.
Please submit associations for a particular type of auto racing to that subcategory, whether or not it has its own ''Associations'' category.

If the sport does NOT have its own ''Associations'' category, then please submit the site to the parent (base) category.

Includes sites related to auto racing associations. Sites may include, but are not limited to:
  • Governing bodies
  • Charitable organizations
  • Driver organizations
  • Owner associations
  • Auto Racing type associations, organizations and governing bodies
  • ENGLISH SITES ONLY. Submitting a site that is not in English will delay and/or prevent your site from being listed. If your site is not in English please submit it to the appropriate World category.
    ENGLISH SITES ONLY. Submitting a site that is not in English will delay and/or prevent your site from being listed. If your site is not in English please submit it to the appropriate World category.

    No sites can be submitted at this level. Please choose the appropriate subcategory that best describes the primary focus of your website.

    Only site with specific racing content will be listed here. Please submit sites relating to car upgrades and customization to Recreation/Autos/Enthusiasts/Customized_Cars.
    There is currently no description created for this category.
    This is for racing schools only. Passenger car driving schools should be listed in the Regional Category.
    This category is for racing schools and education for the would be racer, fan or current racers wanting to gain more education on driving race cars.
    Records of performance in speed competitions.
    A Sprint Car is a rolling, noisy, powerful, fragile, ill tempered beast that is a handful to drive. Reaching an excess of 100 mph on the straights, this 700 hp missile burns methanol for fuel. A uniquely American form of Motorsport's that started in the early 20th century at fairground's horse tracks it is now moved to Canada, Australia and New Zealand. There are no fenders on a sprint car. It is an open wheel, winged or nonwinged race car. "Wings" are airfoils, which create downforce to keep the car down on the track. There is a huge one on top of the car and a smaller on over the front axle. The first wings showed up on sprint cars in the 1960's. Modern sprint cars are simple and brutally powerful, there is no dead weight on the cars. If a part does not contribute to the car's performance it is left off. The chassis is a minimal tube frame with a short wheelbase. Suspension consists of a live axle in the rear and a dead axle in the front with torsion bars for springs. The motor is connected to the quick change rear axle by a coupler called an "in-out-box", you either are in gear to race or out of gear to coast. There is no starter motor and sprint cars must be pushed by a pickup truck at a fast speed to fire off the motor. Two huge floppy rear tires of different sizes create the "stagger" to hold the car to the track and make turning the left hand corners easier for the driver. With a power to weight ratio and a short "tippy" frame, a sprint car spends most of its time working for traction, broadsliding around corners, wheel standing on the straights, while the driver wrestles frantically with the steering wheel to keep the car pointed straight. Racing tracks the sprint cars run on can be dirt, clay or asphalt. No matter what type of track you watch them race on you will find sprint car racing the most exciting form of Auto Racing you can find. The action is unbeatable.
    Add only non-NASCAR Stock Car web sites. There are many divisions of these Stock Cars such as: Late Model, Super Stock, Mini Stock, etc.

    Modified (open wheel stock cars) should be submitted to:

    Sports/Motorsports/Auto_Racing/Modified_Racing.

    Please submit NASCAR sanctioned stock cars to the appropriate Touring and Weekly sub cat here Sports/Motorsports/Auto_Racing/Organizations/NASCAR/Touring_and_Weekly_Racing_Series .

    These are Stock Cars that do not run under the Official sanctioning body of NASCAR. They race on dirt or asphalt tracks in many different divisions. There are fenders covering the wheels of these cars. If they are "open wheeled' they are called Modified Race Cars and belong in at different category.
    Information on building, maintaining, fixing, motor building, tech secrets, etc., for race cars.
    Please do not submit F1, Kart, Motocross and Drag racing facilities. See below for appropriate category.

    Please do not submit F1, Kart, Motocross and Drag racing facilities. See below for appropriate category.

    Please list F1 circuits here.

    Please list Kart tracks here.

    Please list Motocross tracks here.

    Please list Drag racing facilities here.

    This category contains sites about tracks used in general auto racing events.
    Non-NASCAR truck racing only is to be listed in this category.

    For NASCAR affiliated truck racing go here.

    NASCAR Touring and Weekly Racing Series goes here.

    Non-NASCAR affiliated racing trucks. They compete on asphalt or dirt oval tracks and not with the NASCAR Truck Series or NASCAR Weekly Racing Series.
    Please submit Vintage Racing only. Sites pertaining to history of Motorsports should go here.
    Sites dedicated to vintage automobile racing in its many forms. From vintage dirt track racers to vintage Indy cars.
    Please submit sites that are relative to women in racing in general. Specific driver sites should be listed in the appropriate category they race in.
    Please submit sites that are relative to women in racing in general. Specific driver sites should be listed in the appropriate category they race in.
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