May 26, 2020, St. Louis Region – World Wide Technology Raceway in Madison, Illinois, in cooperation with app developer DynoGeeks, has unveiled a new drag racing time slip app that will launch on Friday, May 29, when the track opens for the 2020 season. The app, which is available for both Android and Apple devices, is free to download from the App Store.

The app features a time slip application, weather station and broadcast of the track’s public address system. The DynoGeeks app has been successfully used at other tracks across the country and replaces the need for the traditional (thermal paper from a time slip booth) time slip system.

Effective June 5, the track will go exclusively to paperless time slips to limit customer and employee contact points.

For more information on DynoGeeks: https://www.dynogeeks.com

 

Link to app on Google Play Store site: CLICK HERE

 

 

For additional information on World Wide Technology Raceway, please call (618) 215-8888. Follow WWTR on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram.

 

About World Wide Technology Raceway

World Wide Technology Raceway is the home of INDYCAR, NASCAR and NHRA racing in the St. Louis region. Located just five minutes from downtown St. Louis and covering more than 380 acres, WWTR is the largest outdoor entertainment facility in the area. WWTR’s facilities include a 1/4-mile drag strip, 1.25-mile superspeedway, recently-expanded 2.0-mile road course, a state-of-the-art karting facility and a 14-acre, multi-purpose dirt off-road venue and the Gateway Drive-In Theater at World Wide Technology Raceway (a drive-in entertainment venue able to accommodate 3,000 cars). WWTR acquired Gateway National Golf Links, adjacent to the speedway property, in 2019. WWTR was the recipient of the 2017 Outstanding Facility of the Year Award from the Race Track Business Conference and the 2017 Spirit of St. Louis Award from the St. Louis Attractions Association. In 2018, owner and CEO Curtis Francois received the Innovator Award from the St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission in recognition of his work for restoring World Wide Technology Raceway (known then as Gateway Motorsports Park) to prominence.