O'FALLON, MO (April 7, 2011) – The American Drag Racing League (ADRL) website, www.ADRL.us, now has a new look.
With several months of work going into the project, the ADRL is pleased to announce that its website has been re-launched after a complete overhaul and redesign.
The new ADRL.us will continue to feature everything that has made it a popular must-see destination online, along with a more user-friendly layout and several new exciting features. New items and features will be posted in the coming days and weeks as well.
The new ADRL.us will also increase the benefits for current and prospective ADRL members, allowing them further incentives and even greater interaction.
"We are very excited to debut the new ADRL website. There has been a tremendous amount of time put into this project by a number of people and we are extremely pleased with the look and feel of this new site," ADRL Executive Vice President Jeff Fortune said.
"We believe we have created a site that will allow for more fan interaction and will be a daily destination for all racing fans."
Among the new features is an ADRL drivers page that will feature in-depth information on each ADRL competitor, allowing racing fans to become even more acclimated with their favorite ADRL personalities.
Other new items include a unique interactive calendar feature, allowing everyone to stay up to date with ADRL events, rotating news stories, a rotating sponsor page, upgraded photo galleries, event pages and social media (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr) outlets and much, much more.
A new live event coverage page will also debut next week in time for the ADRL Safety-Kleen Spring Drags II, which takes place April 15-16 at Palm Beach International Raceway in Jupiter, Fl.
It will give fans easy access to the innovative live video feed, event notebook, live chat, live time, photo galleries and numerous other raceday items.
Several other new features will be released in the coming weeks as well, including "ADRL 101," a page dedicated to explaining the ADRL to first-time visitors, a revamped rules page and more.
In addition, fans will still be able to print free tickets to each upcoming ADRL event.
"After several years using the previous format, we felt this was a great time to debut a new website," Fortune said. "With this new site, we can enhance our readers' experience, giving them the ultimate opportunity to get as close to the ADRL as possible."
To visit the new ADRL website, go to www.ADRL.us.