The program was a huge hit, with 10,651,956 total page views. "We have seen steady growth in web participation over the past couple years. As the event grows, so do the amount of participants and enthusiasts who use the web for information," says Trackside owner John Dains. "Even so, we were really impressed with the numbers we saw at the conclusion of the week."
Trackside has been offering digital race data since 2001 and continues to grow and improve their service to the amateur community and beyond.
"I am very excited to have this service as a part of our growing program," says MX Sports director, Tim Cotter. "Live Timing and Scoring at an amateur event of this caliber enhances the fan experience for those that were unable to attend. We at Loretta Lynn's are grateful for Amsoil's support and this very worthwhile service."
The following is a detailed account of the web activity the Trackside website received during the 2007 AMA Air Nautiques Amateur National Motocross Championships:
10,651,956 Total number of pages viewed
92,350 Total number of unique visitors who came to the site for real time results
46,582 Number of laps recorded during practice and racing.
260 Total number of users who looked at results on their Blackberry.
50 Total number of different countries the visitors were from
7 Number of people in the country Azerbaijan who watched the results live.
2:02.756 Fastest lap of event: Austin Stroupe, Moto 3, MX Lites Pro Sport, Lap 3