Well the answer really is, .... no.
Some easy to use sites for non-technical - non-web savvy race directors could be:
Blogger (which is what you are reading right now - super easy to set up a page and free)
Wix (very inexpensive and super easy to use templates, very user friendly, and will look professionally done)
Yahoo websites (very inexpensive)
Weebly (pretty sure this is still free)
If you are looking for free, I'd go with Blogger, .... and Wix actually might have a free version, but not positive. Wix is awesome and I'd recommend it over all that I mentioned. I've used it for another business of mine, and a local triathlon club I developed a site for.
Anyway, just some food for thought for those changing their link every year, or for those events that use facebook or active only. Also those who do not keep the event details up all year for runners to find, like YMCA / YWCA's .... we've had a lot of issues with keeping up to date and finding the event info and event link, or organizations who don't create an actual page for their event and only list it as an upcoming event part of the year. These have been our worst culprits to try to maintain year after year, and is frustrating for runners as well.
In conclusion, events that have no actual website year after year, for one, could be gaining a LOT more runners to their events if they had a website up (and all year). Second, events would make it so much easier for both runners attending their events, and half marathon clubs and directories if they were to keep ONE link up all year round for their event, and not ever change the link.
Here is another article on improving event sites, on the Runner's Perspective - Improving Event Sites Blog .... http://runnersperspective.blogspot.com