World Racing League has made the switch to Track Rabbit as its registration and event promotion platform for WRL events.
Known for its amateur series promoting and operating endurance races at road courses across the U.S., WRL promises to deliver a “pro-racing feel (on a) grassroots budget.” The Texas-based club signed with Track Rabbit for the registration system’s ease of use and customizable features, according to a press release.
“Everyone we’ve talked to at Track Rabbit has been great about reacting to and adapting our needs to create a platform that works for us,” said RJ Till, WRL vice president. “Not many companies are willing to do that.”
WRL’s events will go live on TrackRabbit.com this month, in tandem with new features built specifically for racing teams and driving guests.
All of Track Rabbit’s features are created directly with its clients, giving them the power to customize their branded white label—designed to streamline drivers directly to their site—at no additional cost, the company noted.
“We’re eager to kick off the implementation process,” Till said. “The new decade opens up a lot of possibilities, and we’re looking to tap into all of them with Track Rabbit.”