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CLEVELAND GRAND PRIX HITS THE INFO SUPERHIGHWAY
Published June 28, 1995
Cleveland.Net, a World Wide Web site "devoted exclusively to providing information about the city," is developing a home page for July's Grand Prix of Cleveland. Starting July 1, web browsers will be able to e-mail drivers, access biographies and photos, obtain race event schedules, and recieve ticket information. The project is a partnership between Cleveland.Net, Apple Computer, and IMG (CRAIN'S CLEVELAND BUSINESS, 7/2 issue). TNN HITS RATINGS HIGH: The Nashville Network's live coverage of the May 20 NASCAR Winston Cup Select pulled a 3.0 rating -- "the highest Winston Select since TNN started televising the all-star event four years ago" and a 43% jump over the past two telecasts (NASCAR NEWS, 6/21).