Tuesday, February 21, 2012

GodfatherMotorsports.com Set For Roll Out

Big changes are coming to the website you now know as Sirius-Speedway.com!

The blog will undergo a radical redesign in the coming days, re-emerging as the all-new GodfatherMotorsports.com. In addition to the award-winning commentary and breaking NASCAR news that have characterized this site since its inception in November of 2006, the new GodfatherMotorsports.com will offer links to follow owner Dave “The Godfather” Moody on the various social networking sites, a special page devoted exclusively to the Godfather Motorsports Super Late Model team, a pair of galleries jam-packed with listener and SiriusXM Speedway listener and shows, race team photos and some of Dave’s favorite personal shots.

In addition, the new GodfatherMotorsports.com site will include an e-commerce section that allows listeners and fans to purchase limited edition “Godfather Gear” for themselves and their loved ones.

“The site has grown exponentially over the years,” said Moody; “to the point where we’re now receiving more than 150,000 unique views per month. Ours readers seem to love what they’re seeing, but they’ve made it clear they want more. This change is a result of their requests.

"Adam Ross and his team, consisting of Craig Revelle from Finish Line Web Design, along with graphic designer Mike Adderley have done an amazing job creating an all-new look and function for the site in a very short period of time. They have tackled this project like it was their own."

Fans can access the new GodfatherMotorsports.com site at www.GodfatherMotorsports.com.


  1. Anonymous2:38 PM

    'bout time. Can't wait. Great title too. Ya need 150,00o views a day. This should do it.

    Doug from NJ

  2. Well done Godfather, well done.

  3. Great news, Moody! Always enjoy getting your balanced, fact-based insider news about NASCAR!

  4. Mark Wold2:51 PM

    Any chance of seeing podcasts of the "Legends" series on your new web digs?

  5. For the person who didn't wanna join facebook or twitter good job moody

  6. anonymous internet genius3:13 PM

    if the ecommerce section does not have the old legends recordings available via download or cd. most listeners will find it useless.

    just to clear the air, and perhaps shed some light on the situation to avoid a million questions. who owns those recordings? you, isc, sirius, or some other nascar media offshoot?

    1. Sirius XM owns the rights to all our shows, including the Legends segments. I'm not sure there's any desire to delve into the production and distribution of Legends CDs, however.

  7. Anonymous3:14 PM

    why not godfathermotorsports.co?

    gotta support nascar sponsors.

  8. Anonymous4:06 PM

    Congrats Dave, looking forward to the new site.
    And if you happen to occasionally show some IndyCar love on it that would be OK too.

    Robert Y

  9. Brandon in TN4:14 PM

    Awesome! Looking forward to the new website.

  10. hot damn.... can't wait !!!

    Lori (Colorado)

  11. Anonymous8:45 AM

    4 are confused lower iQ fan like myself- this website is basically going to change its name and expand on content?? @_badream