TRP Hungary has put together an unparalleled portfolio of motorsport news portals on the Hungarian market. TRP Media features Racingline.hu, Rallycafe.hu, P1race.hu and 500miles.hu, while the publisher also provides individual content services and publishing.
The TRP Hungary Group, which has been primarily active in the organisation and promotion of sporting events and sports management, has built up its own media portfolio. TRP Media is a publisher of motorsport news portals, offering a unique portfolio on the Hungarian market for the audience interested in this genre.
TRP Media has been operating and developing Racingline.hu since 2021, took over and relaunched Rallycafe.hu and P1race.hu in 2022, and created 500miles.hu, a unique website in the Hungarian market. Thanks to this strategic approach, the group offers visitors expert content in all major motorsport categories, from Formula 1, MotoGP and the most popular rallying disciplines to NASCAR and IndyCar, which are becoming increasingly popular in Hungary.
The majority of the magazines have been in operation for more than a decade, have a stable readership and advertisers, and are constantly evolving both in terms of organisation and content to serve their customers as best as possible. In addition to running an online media portfolio, TRP Media also provides content production services to other media companies and sectors, and occasionally publishes books.
“At TRP Hungary, we are working to become a major player in the various sectors of motorsports not only in Hungary but also internationally, and an important element of this is to be present in the media market with TRP Media’s modern and high-quality publications, in addition to our event organisation and sports management activities,” said Tamás Őry, CEO of TRP Media.
“Over the past months, our flagship Racingline.hu has caught up with the leading specialist portals focusing on motorsport, and I am also very pleased that Rallycafe.hu, P1race.hu and 500miles.hu have also proven that the public has a demand for professional content on other motorsport disciplines.”