MIAMI – (May 3, 2016) - Motorsport.com, a Miami-based technology and multimedia company with editions in 21 countries around the world, today announced the appointment of Liam Clogger as CEO of its motorsports statistics offering, Motorsportstats.com.
Motorsportstats.com – a Motorsport Network company – has been established to provide media owners, promoters and sponsors the opportunity to buy best-in-class motorsport performance analytics and statistics matched with editorial content to enrich their channels with a compelling digital content experience.
“I have huge admiration for Motorsport.com and their ambition as a market leader and every confidence that the holy trinity of motorsport, a rich and fan-orientated content proposition and the best-in-class solutions for media owners and promoters is the basis for a very strong and exciting commercial proposition," Clogger said.
Following its acquisition of Wildsoft allied with its in-house development team, Motorsportstats.com have a strong foundation in the industry’s largest motorsport results and statistics database. This will be the basis for the development of an exciting array of mobile and web-based performance analysis that will bring a new dimension to the fan’s experience of motorsport.
Led by Clogger, a seasoned content producer who has worked in a Head of Communications capacity for leading F1teams such as Williams F1 and the Subaru World Rally Team in the World Rally Championship, Motorsportstats.com content will be offered in 11 native languages across all forms of international motorsport from Formula 1 to MotoGP, WEC, NASCAR and beyond.
In addition to his experience on the stakeholder side of the industry, Clogger will bring his first-hand experience of analytics and the inexorable march of data-driven content.
“We are excited to have Liam join Motorsportstats.com at this key facet of integration within our new vertical,” said Zak Brown, non-executive chairman, Motorsport.com. “His proven track record in auto racing data, content and technology will ensure Motorsportstats.com is well positioned to deliver motorsports analysis while delivering exceptional product experiences in support of our long-term global digital media efforts.”
MotorsportStats.com is headquartered in London.
Formed in 1994, Motorsport.com is technologically advanced international digital media group specializing in motor racing content offering 21 editions in 14 languages, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It is part of the Motorsport Network company.
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Scott Sebastian: M +1 312.519.5040
Vice President of Public Relations and Marketing