Oct 17, 2020
The inaugural Yorkshire Motorsport Festival – set take place over the weekend of June 25th to 27th next year – has moved its online presence to a new domain in order to enhance its online activities.
Launched today was the new “.net” domain(accessible as either www.ymsf.net or
www.yorkshiremotorsportfestival.net),which promises a continually expanding and improving online presence for the event in the run up to the Festival and during the event itself.
“We had gone about as far as we could with the old website and had encountered some limitations that were potentially going to restrict the event, moving forward,” explains YMSF CEO Michael McErlain. “We took the decision therefore to move the Festival website to allow us to work with a service which will gel better with the new mobile Festival App that is currently in development. I believe this will be a game changer for us, moving forward. ”
“FOGLDN have done an incredible job to bring everything together, for which they deserve huge kudos and we are looking forward immensely to working with them”, Michael McErlain continues.“Our expanded online capability will allow us a huge amount more scope through our work with them, which both parties expect will reallybenefit all of those who want to follow the Festival and, in due course, plan to be there – whether in person, or virtually. We have also signed some other major new partners for the event, which we will announce shortly, so it is an extremely exciting time for us.”
Check out the new website: www.ymsf.net
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