For many people, the National Association of Race Directors (NAR) is a mysterious organization. It is not as glamorous as it sounds. The main purpose of this association is to promote and provide the most current statistics and information about races in America. However, there are other goals and purposes that may not be obvious.
The NAR has developed a number of websites to provide information for racing and sporting events such as the races in a particular state. They also provide a link to state or regional associations. The main function of these websites is to provide a venue for discussion about the rules of the races, which is often a useful source of information and a valuable resource for state and national competitions. This service comes in the form of advocacy and competitive structure, strategic planning, operational support, race reporting, race certification, and, of course, awarding special recognition to race directors and athletes who help enhance the overall mission to improve racing in America.
The NAR website provides links to a variety of organizations
The NAR website provides links to a variety of organizations that are related to the racing industry. For example, if the race you are interested in runs on a specific day or in a particular city, you can find a link to local organizations that are devoted to that activity. Additionally, the NAR website provides links to national organizations and institutions that focus on certain types of racing. By using the links provided, you can find links to information on how to register, how to join a state association, or how to get information on the local association.
The NAR provides a national directory of members and associates. This can be used by race directors and others in an organization for identification and outreach purposes. This information is readily available to those who are interested in joining the association and those who work with its member groups. Additionally, by using the directory and the website, the NAR provides links to national organizations that focus on particular areas of the racing industry. These organizations are especially useful because they often carry the latest information on news, information on new members and their contact information, and news on special events.
There is another advantage to being a member of the NAR. By using the website and its national directory, race directors can find contact information for the governing body of the particular type of racing they participate in and find contact information for national governing bodies that have chapters in their area. The NAR publishes this information so that they can provide information on how to register with those organizations, how to become members, and how to take part in state and regional activities.
As the director’s job description states, his or her responsibility is to represent the association as the voice of the sport or association, to oversee its day-to-day operations, and to keep track of the status of its activities. It is this duty that is so important because it sets up a partnership with the individual race director that is required to perform a number of duties related to the organization, including organizing race results, providing guidance to the race director on events and providing feedback to the race director on how the sport or association is doing.