Auto racing culture in America By the 1930s, car races, which had become very diversified, began to be broadcast on national channels. By the mid-1950s, the only races broadcast on..
Auto racing culture in America
By the 1930s, car races, which had become very diversified, began to be broadcast on national channels. By the mid-1950s, the only races broadcast on national channels were 100 meters and 500 meters. After the 1980s, this culture gradually began to disappear and was replaced by various shows and races of off-road vehicles. Today, when you pass by the street in America, ask any retiree and ask him if he misses the old races, he will definitely tell you that he misses them because they were much more useful and interesting than many events, but now the motivation dynamism of such organizations is entirely money and sponsorships cannot be created for such races.
Unfortunately, there is no such race organization on national channels. There are those who view this situation as a cultural corruption, but it would be a great injustice to observe it this way, because the reason why classic car races are no longer watched today is because the world has changed, that is, there were no mobile phones in the past, home phones are very common, the reason why good phones are no longer in our world is a corruption or a negative situation. Is it possible at all because we have mobile phones, smartphones are everywhere now, so there is no need for home phones, so the races of classic cars should be handled in the same way, because the car racing culture in the world has evolved to a very different point, and even motorsports has gone ahead of this, because what are such organizations anymore? It does not generate any income for the TV channels or the organizer. In other words, the culture of automobile racing is an organization that had to change between the changing world and the changing commercial system and was replaced by another activity.