FRC launches fantasy leagues for GNCC Racing and Flat TrackFriday, February 24, 2006 | 3:17 PM
West Covina, CA (February 24, 2006) - Fantasy Racer announces the
launch of two new fantasy leagues for motorcycle racing enthusiasts.
Both of these leagues are exclusive leagues for the AMA Flat Track
Series and the Grand National Cross Country series.
Both fantasy leagues are only available at FantasyRacer.com and you can’t find them on any other web site. The newly launched leagues allow you to become a team manager where you can pick the top riders in the world. You can hire riders and you can fire riders so you are truly a team manager of your own team.
“FantasyRacer.com is a really great site that allows enthusiasts and fans to become more involved in their favorite sport,” explains FRC’s Chris Kawasaki. “We enjoy producing all of our leagues and we feel that it only helps each of the individual series grow because it keeps the fans more involved.
The unique part of FantasyRacer.com is that they don’t offer one or two of the major motorcycling disciplines. Yes, they have leagues for Supercross and Superbike racing but they also give fans of the other racing series a chance to compete in a fantasy league.
The GNCC Racing Fantasy League and Flat Track Fantasy League is just the start of the leagues that are launching in the next month. FRC will be announcing the launch of the Fantasy Superbike League and the Fantasy MotoGP league very soon.
Each league is looking for sponsors and/or advertisers for prizes and other items. Companies interested in partnering with Fantasy Racer should contact us immediately. If you have a web site, FRC has also created a new affiliate program that will allow you to make money from our signups.
For more information please visit www.fantasyracer.com.
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