The Daytona 500 this weekend kicks off the National Association for Stock
Car Auto Racing's 2003 season, and NASCAR.com (www.nascar.com) is ready with new features for
its online subscription package, "TrackPass."
The more than 100,000 subscribers will see enhanced features this year,
including "TrackPass with PitCommand," which gives viewers greater access to
information and video inside the race cars of NASCAR drivers.
PitCommand is priced at $49.95 for an
annual subscription and $6.95 for a monthly pass.
The service is available on a stand-alone basis, and it is also part of
RealNetworks Inc.'s suite of subscription packages.
NASCAR.com is a joint venture between NASCAR and Turner
Sports. Because of the video features, the majority of NASCAR.com subscribers
tend to be on higher-speed connections.