Maybe we can think of a way to thematically integrate the car image with the logo text. Otherwise, the text is going to look slapped-on.
--Make the text in a sepia-color, or sepia-tones, so it matches better.
--Enclose both the car and the text in some sort of box or frame.
--Make the text a part of the scene, like "Youngrodders.com" is smoke coming out of the car's tailpipe, or tracks that the car just made on the screen, or a road that the car just drove down, or the car is somehow dotting the dot in the ".com" part of "Youngrodders.com", etc.
Agreed that we could use more contrast. I'll work on that.