Happy New Year!
A quick post to bring you up to speed on SpotterGuides.com plans in the first couple of months of the new year.
Towards the end of January, the official IMSA Spotter Guide returns. Available as an online three page guide or as part of IMSA’s raceday viewing guide, available at the circuit, it will feature all the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and Continental Tires SportsCar Challenge entries for the Rolex24.
The online guide is due to be released on 25 January and will be update during race week and will be the first look for a large number of liveries, including one team which will have a cover on their car, literally until Wednesday afternoon.
The printed guide will be available at the IMSA Fan zone inside Daytona International Speedway from Thursday of race week.
Thanks to IMSA once again for partnering with Andy Blackmore Design and almost every IMSA team for assisting.
Once the guide is out the way (plenty of liveries to work through as well – see Andy Blackmore Design for more info), I will be turning my attention to the 2016 Racing Wall Planner which will be released during February.
As before this will be available online, or, if you prefer a larger professional quality will also be available.
Sponsorship is unconfirmed for the ELMS, WEC or Le Mans guides. If your company is interested in getting their brands in the hands of die-hard race fans, contact me and I’ll forward you the Partnership Deck.
Long time coming as my motorsport livery work has kept me busy, but I’m pleased to announce the 2015 Racing Wall Planner is now available to download as a PDF, or new for 2015, a Print available on RedBubble.com The Wall Planner features all the main racing series around the world, grouped into motorsport genres.
Due to my main line of design work (see here!), the 2015 Racing Wall planner will now be launched after the Rolex 24, probably in early February. As I write this, there are a couple of championships which have not confirmed dates.
You will be able to download the guide here, but you will also have the opportunity to purchase a professionally printed version of the guide. I always get requests to sell the Spotter Guides, but thats not normally an option due to licensing as I want to do everything above the board as many teams and series are also my clients today, or in the future.