Power Automedia announced today a partnership with leading aftermarket supercharger manufacturer, ProCharger.
ProCharger products will be featured primarily throughout two of the company’s upcoming automotive head-to-head Horsepower Wars episodes, “Pony Wars” and “LS vs. Coyote Part II.” In addition to be featured on the two episodes, ProCharger products will be the exclusive source for all forced-induction needs on the show.
Horsepower Wars’ LS vs. Coyote Shootout revisits Power Automedia’s simple, yet controversial debut into the series– but this time with two boosted versions of each engine, $15,000, and as much horsepower as possible.
Pony Wars, on the other hand, will be a 2017 Ford Mustang GT and a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS going head-to-head on a dyno, road course, and drag strip– first with $5,000 worth of bolt-ons, then with an additional $15,000 to spend and the brand new ProCharger D1X on both.
“Horsepower Wars is a really exciting automotive show that ProCharger is very proud to be involved in,” said Ken Jones, ProCharger CEO. “We’re looking forward to seeing what the teams and competitors pull off. ProCharger likes being involved with innovative concepts, and from what we’ve seen, this is just the beginning.”
Power Automedia’s highly anticipated competition-based automotive show, Horsepower Wars, is proud to announce a partnership with Royal Purple Synthetic Oil, a leading brand of premium synthetic lubricants. Royal Purple has signed on as an official sponsor and partner of Horsepower Wars, and will be providing oil and lubricants to competitors for season one including the following episodes:
“Horsepower Wars is going to be filled with raw, unbridled automotive passion – created by enthusiasts for enthusiasts,” said Power Automedia’s Scott Parker. “Royal Purple is an ideal partner given the competitions we have in mind because it prides itself in producing superior lubrication products for the performance aftermarket.”
“We are extremely excited about our partnership with Horsepower Wars and are looking forward to supporting the competitors by providing our oils and lubricants,” said JP Hyden, Event and Partnership Manager at Royal Purple Synthetic Oil. “Horsepower Wars was created with auto enthusiasts in mind and we are always excited to support them by helping to maintain and improve their vehicles performance.”
Power Automedia is excited to announce partnerships with multiple leading automotive aftermarket brands for the first season of Horsepower Wars. The groundbreaking automotive show will feature fierce shootouts between rivals taking place in one of four venues: engine dyno, chassis dyno, drag strip, or road course.
With jaw-dropping drama and exciting storylines that will play out over many episodes, Horsepower Wars Season 1 will feature the $10K Drag Shootout, Pony Wars: Camaro vs. Mustang, LS vs Coyote Part 2, and the True Street Chassis Dyno Showdown.
Official partners include:
“Producing a show like Horsepower Wars requires great partners,” said James Lawrence, Power Automedia CEO. “We are very excited about the show, creating this cutting-edge automotive content, and the help that our teams will get from the companies that make such great parts.”
For more information on Horsepower Wars, please visit www.horsepowerwars.com.
MURRIETA, CA — Power Automedia’s highly anticipated competition-based automotive show, Horsepower Wars, has debuted — along with the launch of it’s video platform HorsepowerWars.com. To give fans a taste of the hype, the Horsepower Wars production team has released a sizzle reel, overviewing the first season’s action-packed episodes.
“Horsepower Wars is going to be filled with raw, unbridled automotive passion – created by enthusiasts for enthusiasts,” said Scott Parker, Power Automedia’s Executive Director of Content & Strategy. “You can get a sense for how authentic this show is going to be to the hobby. Perhaps, best of all, when a fan wants to know more about something that happened in a particular episode, there are pages of content ready to satisfy them – all in one location – as well as outlets to engage the show creators and participants.”
With the first storyline underway, the Horsepower Wars team is working diligently on the remainder of the season. Follow along at Horsepowerwars.com.
Power Automedia is excited to announce Dennis Pittsenbarger as a leading host of its new automotive show Horsepower Wars. Pittsenbarger will be joining host Brian Petty as a pair of rabble-rousers on the upcoming Horsepower Wars $10k Drag Racing Shootout and the True Street Dyno Challenge. In addition to being one of the main faces of the show, Dennis will also be working behind-the-scenes to help develop storylines, have an active presence on social media, and much more.
Pittsenbarger has a great deal of experience working as an on-screen talent for leading TV shows and trade shows, with big names in the industry such as SEMA, Discovery, and Velocity. When paired with his lifetime of automotive enthusiasm, Pittsenbarger makes for a perfect fit for the Horsepower Wars team.
“I could not be more excited to be a part of something as I am to be a part of Horsepower Wars,” said Pittsenbarger. “It’s a chance to see real people with real cars put their skills and rides to the test– just pure, real competition. Without a doubt, this will set the internet on fire and I am proud and privileged to be the guy in the center ring with the top hat helping bring the viewer along for one hell of a ride.”
“Dennis is quite the personality,” said James Lawrence, Power Automedia’s CEO. “His energy, excitement and passion for hot rodding are pretty much unmatched. He’s unbridled, full throttle, over the top – and he’s the perfect guy to get in the middle of this hot mess and stoke the fires. We know Horsepower Wars is going to light the candles of drama with Dennis.”
The first season of Horsepower Wars launches March-April 2018. For more information visit horsepowerwars.com.
Power Automedia is excited to announce recent expansions to its editorial team and video production team, Alloy Studios.
Nicole James relocated from Arizona to join the growing editorial department at the beginning of the year, joining the team as the Editor of Power Automedia’s Street Muscle Magazine. James brings with her a plethora of journalism and social media marketing experience, including background with a multitude of automotive journalism companies as well as degrees in journalism and social media.
“Nicole is the epitome of a modern magazine editor, fluent in all forms of digital media and how to actively engage the reader,” said Scott Parker, Power Automedia Director of Content and Strategy. “She is as proficient with a camera as she is with writing, editing and social media. In no time at all she has injected fresh ideas and a fresh perspective on Street Muscle, and I can’t wait to see what she can do.”
Along with a number of new and exciting ventures, Alloy Studios has welcomed Brian Petty as Lead Scriptwriter/Talent. Petty will be the face of Power Automedia’s upcoming Horsepower Wars, many in-house editorial style videos, and occasional white label client videos. His background includes extensive experience in newscasting, degrees specializing in journalism and automotive tech, as well as a lifetime of automotive enthusiasm.
“Brian affords our production house a versatile combination of talents,” said Andrew Almazan, Power Automedia Operations Director. “His love for storytelling, passion for the automobile, and being an on-screen persona make for a truly unique creative process. Brian’s intuition and involvement throughout production phases will mean consistency and a high level of execution time and time again.”
Power Automedia announced today the official debut of a completely redesigned next-gen platform across 12 of its digital automotive magazine properties. The fresh new look and user interface were introduced to the magazines’ 2 million monthly readers this week.
The new platform features a superior user experience, with an immersive 100% responsive magazine design. The team put an emphasis on a seamless user experience – with big bold images, easy to understand navigation, and a mobile-first design process.
“With the recent expansion of our new digital titles, it was a perfect time to upgrade and modernize our magazines to stay industry leading,” said James Lawrence, Power Automedia CEO. “Our team sought out to create a platform with the automotive enthusiast in mind, whether they were surfing one of our automotive magazines on their phone, or watching a drag racing video on their desktop. The main objective for us is to do a better job showcasing our content in a form that is not only beautiful and compelling, but also gives our readers more of what they want to see.”
“We have seen tremendous growth in mobile and tablet usage with our magazines, so it became imperative to take a mobile-first design approach,” explained Scott Parker, Power Automedia’s Director of Content & Strategy. “Our web team did a phenomenal job of giving us a new platform to present our content; it is no surprise that we’ve already had great feedback from users. This is an exciting step in the evolution of our magazines.”
The new Power Automedia next-gen platform optimizes the reader, content, and advertising experience across desktop, tablet, and mobile devices – giving the readers the best of all three environments. This new platform enhances Power Automedia’s position as the leading digital automotive publisher in the enthusiast space.
The following Power Automedia titles are launched on the new platform:
|Ford Muscle – http://www.fordmuscle.com
Next-Gen Ford Performance – http://www.fordnxt.com
Chevy Muscle Cars – http://www.chevyhardcore.com
Corvette – http://www.corvetteonline.com
LSX GM – http://www.lsxmag.com
Hot Rods & Muscle Cars – http://www.streetmusclemag.com
|Drag Racing – http://www.dragzine.com
Street Rods – http://www.rodauthority.com
Off Road – http://www.offroadxtreme.com
Diesel Trucks – http://www.dieselarmy.com
Engine Performance – http://www.enginelabs.com
Performance Driving – http://www.turnology.com
Power Automedia is excited to announce a multi-year agreement with Flying A Motorsports as the official trailer/motorcoach of SpeedVideo and Dragzine.com.
Flying A Motorsports has earned a prestigious name in the motorsports industry, providing high-quality transportation equipment for nearly 30 years– from cargo and stacker trailers to car haulers and racecar trailers. Pairing with SpeedVideo and Dragzine.com, Flying A’s general promotions and some of their showcased equipment will be featured throughout Dragzine’s editorial articles, social media sites, and SpeedVideo live broadcasts.
“We at Flying A Motorsports are really looking forward to working with the folks from SpeedVideo and Dragzine,” said Alan Cape, Owner of Flying A. “They do a great job of covering everything in the drag racing world and will help us get the word out about the motorsports transportation products we offer. At Flying A Motorsports, we’ve been selling motorhomes, toterhomes and trailers since 1988 and every year we try to ramp up our exposure. This will definitely take us to the next level.”
Flying A will be an official sponsor of SpeedVideo, being featured on SpeedVideo broadcasts throughout 2018 and 2019. In addition, Flying A will be a marketing partner of Dragzine, and a “Rig of the Month” will be featured in Dragzine and on Dragzine’s social media.
For more information about Flying A, visit www.flyingamotorsports.com.
Power Automedia is excited to announce its plans for a revamped drag racing print magazine, taking title as “Dragzine.”
Power Automedia’s online magazine, Dragzine.com, is the number one drag racing magazine in the world– bringing readers content in the form of tech articles, car features, event coverage, the latest industry news, and the scoop on the newest and hottest products.
Power Automedia has announced plans to merge the popular Dragzine.com with the newly acquired DragRacingScene.com and rebrand the existing Drag Racing Scene print magazine to establish a fresh content base for new and existing fans in the form of a print magazine.
Both Dragzine.com and Dragzine the Magazine will be overseen by Scott Parker, as Executive Editorial Director, Andrew Wolf, as Editor, and Brian Wagner, as Senior Associate Editor.
“In just eight relatively short years, Dragzine has become a leading entity in the sport of drag racing, and our intent is to build on that success as we move into 2018 and beyond,” Andrew Wolf, Editor of Power Automedia’s drag racing titles. “In merging the two magazines, we’ll be adding a lot of Drag Racing Scene’s resources and blending it with Dragzine’s unique brand of content. We now have even more quality content to add to Dragzine.com, which will further cement it as the top destination for drag racing enthusiasts.”
“Dragzine is the proverbial 300,000-pound gorilla when it comes to drag racing media,” said Scott Parker, Power Automedia’s Executive Editorial Director. “But this is a competitive market, and if you don’t keep moving forward – you get left behind. The Drag Racing Scene acquisition afforded the opportunity to expand our footprint into print media and further bolster our digital presence.”
These magazines will provide every single drag racing enthusiast a go-to source for entertainment and automotive education. Visit the website at www.dragzine.com.
With over 1.6 million views, SpeedVideo’s live broadcast of World Cup Finals – Import vs. Domestic takes position as one of the company’s largest live streams yet. SpeedVideo Live! is the #1 leader in online drag racing broadcasting and proudly partners with events like the World Cup Finals to bring HD quality live streaming to viewers all over the world.
“The worldwide recognition of this this event was outstanding,” said Tom Bobolts, SpeedVideo General Manager. “While the North American audience definitely provided the majority of the views, we had viewers from over 100 different countries focusing their attention on our broadcast, and the Miller Brothers made sure what they saw didn’t disappoint. It was great to bring this unique event to so many people worldwide.”
Drag racing fans from across the world watched the live stream on a plethora of devices. On top of the views racked up on livestream.com, additional views were collected thanks to Facebook Live, with over 47 thousand shares and 1.2 million videos watched on the social platform.
The total audience includes:
“The 2017 Haltech World Cup Finals proved once again why this event is one of the best races in the world,” said Brian Wagner, Associate Editor of Dragzine.com. “Multiple records were set and then reset during the weekend along with some of the closest racing you’ll ever see at the drag strip. Fans all over the world were able to see all the action live on SpeedVideo. If the World Cup isn’t on your bucket list of races, it should be because there’s nothing else like it on the planet!”
“We are extremely happy to have Speedvideo.com broadcast the Haltech World Cup Finals live each year,” said Jason Miller, Founder of WCF. “Our racers deserve the very best, and we want to give our WCF racers and their sponsors the exposure that no other event can give them. What racer doesn’t get excited about 1 million plus views of their pride and joy? We already have 100+ media companies that cover WCF throughout the week, and SpeedVideo’s live broadcast is just icing on the cake. I’d like to invite everyone that has never attended WCF before to attend the event in person next year At Maryland International Raceway on October 31 – November 4, 2018.” You can also find out more info at www.importvsdomestic.com.
SpeedVideo’s live drag racing broadcasts will continue throughout 2018, covering events from the NMRA, PDRA, NMCA, Shakedown at the Summit, Ultimate Callout Challenge, and more. View past and future events at www.speedvideo.com.
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