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Jayski's Silly Season Site

Jayski's Silly Season Site
Web address jayski.com
Commercial? yes
Type of site Sports, NASCAR
Registration None
Available in English
Owner ESPN
Created by Jayski
Launched August 26, 1996
Alexa rank positive decrease 23,427 (April 2014)[1]
Current status active

Jayski's Silly Season Site is a web site focusing primarily on NASCAR news and rumors. Founded by Jay "Jayski" Adamczyk in 1996 after he had difficulty finding news regarding the Melling Racing team, and subsequently worked to get all NASCAR news grouped together on the site.[2][3]

The term Silly Season refers to the period after the regular season when many teams seek to make changes to prepare for next season.

Website

Jayski's is sometimes is mentioned on NASCAR-related television shows. The sites also hosts pictures of the paint schemes that teams use throughout each year, television schedules and tributes to deceased drivers.

Since 2005, the site has been hosted by and affiliated with ESPN.com.

In April 2007, as part of its renewed interest in NASCAR following re-acquisition of broadcasting rights, ESPN purchased Jayski.com, though Jayski continues to be the operator.

References

  1. ^ "Jayski.com Site Info".  
  2. ^ http://www.jayski.com/home/index.html
  3. ^ http://bleacherreport.com/articles/223854-joe-adamcyzk-aka-jayski-congratulations-on-a-job-well-done

External links

  • Jayski's Silly Season Site
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