San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/03/2014 -- Remote control cars offer a fascinating opportunity for specialization afforded by few other product types. Starting with cheaply available and enjoyable machines, remote control (or RC) cars are available as a powerful, fast and high-tech racing machine that can be developed and customized to give individuals the edge over others. This has led to a burgeoning RC car racing community and nowhere is it more popular than in Georgia. As a result, Georgia RC Racers have launched an RC Car Forum that plays host to vibrant and animated discussions about the subject.
The forums are split into topic areas that include premier races and series, off road race tracks, off road racing beyond Georgia and road race tracks, as well as a section on classifieds for buying and selling RC cars and parts, and a tech and discussion area for ideas and inspiration as well as a place for people to showcase their latest creations.
The RC forum also supports the sport’s sponsors by giving each of them their own sub forum in which individuals can discuss their products and in which the sponsors themselves can update and advertise to a highly engaged audience.
A spokesperson for Georgia RC Racers explained, “Georgia RC Racers has expanded hugely over the months since its launch, and we now lay claim to hundreds of enthusiastic members generating thousands of posts per month. The forum has even become a hub for communications from event organisers to participants to allow the free and easy flow of information and provide answers to questions. In light of the success we have created a Georgia RC Racers Facebook page which already has over 200 fans. The forum has now expanded to include a great many sub forums that allow users to quickly identify the topic area they are looking for and start new threads and discussions. It has become the place to be for anyone interested in RC car racing.”
About Georgia RC Racers
Georgia RC Racers is a popular community forum for those interested in RC racing throughout Georgia and beyond. Useful for those interested in participating and spectating, the forums include community discussions on the cars, the tracks and tactics to help individuals advance in their craft. For more information please visit: http://www.georgiarcracers.com/