tracknut wrote in post #8179184
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Over here in the US, we refer to these events as either "Open Track" (driving but not in a race) or "Racing" (wheel to wheel racing, with race-prepared cars and licensed drivers). I don't know if it's the same there in AUS, but I would suspect it is. It is considered quite the newbie mistake to refer to an Open Track event as "Racing".
I like the photos and the nice clean site.
Thanks for all the feedback guys!
Super-Nicko: I understand what you mean, that the font in my web banner kind of shows a wedding photographers font instead of a motorsports photographer but i cannot find any nice fonts that i like (I'm super picky)!!! But thanks for the heads up on that.
Tracknut: All the events that are on the website besides the first (Toyota Motorkhana), require a CAMS licence to drive in, which is a racing licence. Although they are not racing, they are just trying to achieve the best time they can in there car/group/class but they don't actually win big prizes or anything. I will keep what you said in mind, thanks mate!
Thanks everyone for the feedback, i honestly wouldn't know if you didn't tell me, i appreciate it a lot!