Racing is Our Middle Name
The Old School Racing Motorsports League is all about simulated racing. We have a core group of good guys who take their racing seriously and love to have fun behind the wheel. We don’t have a marketing department, a “series director,” a graphic designer, a promoter, or a broadcaster. We’re all about racing, and I don’t see where we need any of that to race.
I have no interest in operating a league or a group of drivers that resemble some faceless corporate entity. I just want to race and have fun. We don’t need a board of directors or a CEO or designated directors of this or that. We set the sessions and we race, that’s it. The only “position” that I would consider augmenting at this time is for Penalties and Appeals. If you’re a member of the league and you’re interested in helping me with that part of it, contact me here.
Why don’t we broadcast our excellent races? Because broadcasters won’t pay us for the quality entertainment that we provide. Here’s how it’s supposed to work (Capitalism 101):
- We have a product that broadcasters can purchase if they wish. (Broadcaster approaches OSR to inquire about carrying our races.)
- We come to terms on a fair market price for our product.
- The broadcaster finds sponsors to support the broadcast network.
Until broadcasters and league owners get this right, we won’t be broadcasting any of our races. We’re just here to race so let’s just cut through this BS and go racing.
What Does it Take to be an OSR League Member?
- The desire to race on a regular basis (at least once a week).
- A clean driving record in official dirt oval races.
- A minimum of a D Dirt Oval License.
If you run few official races but you compete regularly in other leagues and/or hosted racing, contact me and I’ll look at your league and hosted results/stats. I’m not looking for good finishes. I’m looking for few incidents. If you race clean, good finishes will come sooner or later.