Day Brothers Racing

Go Fast, Lift the LF!

Hello New Year!

We hope everyone had a great holday season and is as excited as we are to get the 2013 race season underway. Track schedules have yet to be released so that is the reason we do not have any dates other than the Duel in the Desert in our books. The biggest news thus far during the off-season was that of our NW tracks going to IMCA sanctioning. As all of our fans know, we have always ran an IMCA legal car so the transition is excellent for us. There is a meeting coming up soon that will hopefully have a schedule as well as details as to what will be allowed and how the points will be determined for national/regional standings. Will post that info when it becomes available!

New Live! Page

The new Live! page is up and running on the website. Hopefully we don’t have too many hiccups when we finally go live and can stream some decent quality videos while racing. Will let you all know when it is LIVE!

2012 Duel in the Desert

Unfortunately we are unable to make it down to Vegas for the Duels, however, thanks to, everyone can watch it live with their PPV for $50. Join us on Twitter during the event if you are watching online or even at the track!

New Features Coming Soon..

I am working very hard on the website to move everything over to a CMS with the same layout to easily update and add the social and video features we’ll be using starting next season. This will include the LIVE page with camera footage from the track, chat for users as well as easier photo gallery searching.

Thanks for stopping by, and come back soon!

Upcoming Nationals..

The team is trying to figure out if we will make nationals or not. It is definitely leaning towards no due to the fact that drivers firstly have to have their own transponders which is a $450 punch in the face itself as well as an increase to $100 for the entry fee for the first night. With the increase in entry for the same payout along with our funding being extremely limited, it’s hard to make it worth going up to Elma this year. Hopefully we can figure it out!