Affiliate Disclosure

Last updated: October 6, 2023


In 2015, the Federal Trade Commission issued updated guidelines for Disclosure Compliance. These standards aim to make it clear to consumers of online content (like blogs or YouTube videos) whether the content creator has a financial relationship with another company. Essentially, the audience should be aware if the content creator profits from promoting a particular link or product. 

In line with FTC guidelines, be aware that any and all links on Track Day Insider could be affiliate links, through which we receive a small commission from the sale of specific items. This helps us keep the website running and are grateful for the support!

What are affiliate links?

When you click on an affiliate link on Track Day Insider to buy an item, the purchase is made directly with the external seller, not with Track Day Insider. Amazon or other companies compensate Track Day Insider with a small commission for promoting their products or website through their affiliate program.

Prices are exactly the same for you if your purchase is through an affiliate link or a non-affiliate link. ​You will not pay more by clicking through to the link. 

We use one affiliate program:

Amazon Affiliate Links

Track Day Insider participates in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising initiative designed to enable websites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon domains, among others. When you make a purchase through our Amazon affiliate links, you support Track Day Insider at no extra cost to you.

If you click on an Amazon link with an embedded affiliate code and add an item to your shopping cart within 24 hours, Track Day Insider receives a small percentage of the sale. These Amazon links are not “pay-per-click.” If you navigate Amazon and buy a different product, Track Day Insider still earns a commission on that sale.

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