Racing Performance Media to Replace STL Motorsport Magazine


Racing Performance Media to replace STL Motorsport Magazine

November 21, 2018

To many of those in the racing world STL Motorsport Magazine has become a staple for racing news and updates. The past couple of years the brand has expanded out of the St. Louis area to the Midwest and even the Southeastern regions of the United States covering the top dirt racing events in the nation. In the process they have established a core group of the best reporters and contributors around. With the growth of their coverage and the future goals of those involved they have decided to re-brand their product.

Effective today November 21st STL Motorsport Magazine will become Racing Performance Media. “This decision has been in the works for some time” said current owner Tyson Graves. “We have had a vision for what we wanted our brand to bring for some time, our vision to become more of a nationwide media outlet for racing is what started us down this road.” STL Motorsport Magazine had what it believes to have been a breakout year over the past 12 months. Covering the biggest racing events in the Midwest and Southeastern regions over the summer including the Lucas Oil Late Model Series, World of Outlaw Late Model Series, Mars Late Model Series, Summer Nationals, Southern Nationals and Midwest Street Stock Championship.

Racing Performance Media (RPM) re-brand will enable them to do more and become even bigger in 2019. Tyson Graves will assume the role of Executive Director and will oversee all content produced by RPM. Tyson Graves said “I am very excited about the future at RPM, I think I am working with some of the best up and coming media contributors in the racing world and I cannot wait to for the 2019 season.” Tyson will be partnering with half owner Addison Blair, who will assume the role of Director of Sales and Marketing. Addison is a professional race photographer from his own photography business AE Blair Photography. “It is an honor to be brought on as a partner with Tyson. This has been a dream of mine for a while now but the stars just didn't align at the right time. Now that they have, I know with our talents combined together Racing Performance Media will make a positive impact in the racing community”

There will be more to come in the near future from Racing Performance Media (RPM) to be announced. RPM will debut their podcast “RPM Weekly” next week to preview the Gateway Dirt Nationals in St. Louis. RPM will also debut their LIVE race coverage in St. Louis at the 3rd Annual Gateway Dirt Nationals and at the PRI Trade Show in Indianapolis in early December.

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