Probably could work out shifts or something. I didn't watch in the evening but I'm assuming it was the same on air talent? If so, thats a pretty long day obviously.The only thing that was kind of a bummer was that the live stream crew pretty much packed up and left as soon as Bryce won. Sure was lonely at the finish line for the rest of the afternoon classes.
I know it's kind of a thankless job and it's difficult to fund the resources to keep the power on I imagine but I totally agree that keeping the live feed going until the end of the race is worth having if possible.I'll be more than happy to buy you some tacos. Haha
I agree for contingency and suggest the speedway . They can have qualifying on the short course , parking would be good , and lots of room for manufacturers row but what about viewing the race itself .
The live feed was incredible, helicopter footage epic and the announcers and guest were very informative. I watched from start to finish fighting the flu.
They covered most all of classes extensively ,improvised content to fill the voids and it was refreshing seeing something live that was well produced and full of action. I am not sure who was calling the shots producing content feed but they really need to be commended on a job well done. The BFG Spotlight segments on the teams were well produced and the RPM / BFG commercials were action packed and helped fill some voids. The companies who had commercial spots had to be stoked on getting there money's worth for 12+ hours of live stream as they were many cool commercials. Bruce Buffer introducing the principal racers was a classic surprise. I am sure it wasn't cheap to pull off the live stream production but this is what our sport needs and deserves for each race to attract more corporate sponsors and a larger fan base. I give it a AAA+ and appreciate the Martelli's vision on the Mint 400
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Not sure. But George Anthill stuck it out at Parker and was there when we finished.