Why using a .org website?

When I started shooting the enthusiast’s clubs of famous classic and sports cars events, I was amazed by the cool atmosphere that was there. What Le...

When I started shooting the enthusiast’s clubs of famous classic and sports cars events, I was amazed by the cool atmosphere that was there.

What Le Mans organizers did

When I decided to go and build this website in the 2011 springtime I was reviewing them and realized that my favorite Le Mans website was run based on a “.org” extension which is quite unusual but not forbidden for a commercial site.

In fact, as states wikipedia, “the composition of .org is diverse, including cultural institutions, associations, sports/teams, religious, civic, open source software, such as WikiDrupalJoomla, schools, environmental initiatives, social/fraternal organizations, health, legal services, clubs and community volunteer groups”.

Classic and Sports Cars community proposition

Hum, that is pretty what I want to do: connect people around a passion for Classic and Sports Cars. So I decided to go for www.classicandsportscars.org and now I’m hoping to get some readers and community volunteers willing first to read, and why not contribute in forthcoming times. Discussing with my friend Alex who’s blogging about comic books, I liked the idea to do guest blogging with people open to put together great content and contribute to the community animation. I’ll come back later on this.

But for now, would YOU be interested in joining our blog and give exposition to your work?

Jacques