MotorManiaTV Debuts the “Fantastic Flying Unit 4” for the World Series of Pro Mod race at Bandimere Speedway
Warner Robins, GA – MotorManiaTV (MMTV) added a new dimension to their extensive capabilities by building a portable production unit capable of being shipped anywhere in the world and then sending a crew to produce an event. MMTV CEO Mark Walter said “this basically removes any geographic restrictions from our ability to deliver the best streaming Drag Racing has to offer at virtually any location world wide”.
MMTV worked with David Anderson who built and Produced the NHRDA’s Diesel TV production unit to put together this portable kit. Diesel TV was built as a unit to be portable and utilize track facilities as a base of operation for production, unlike MMTV’s fully self-sufficient mobile production units. “David Anderson’s experience and knowledge was the key to making this deal happen, given the time constraints we had to get it operational” said Walter.
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Brought to you by the talented folks at Motor Mania TV and sponsored by Summit Racing Equipment, each live broadcast featured multiple camera angles, live event audio, stats and more from IHRA’s two biggest touring series. Throughout the year, Motor Mania TV and the IHRA broadcast nearly 500 hours of live racing coverage from the 2014 IHRA Summit Racing Equipment racing season.
MEMPHIS, TN – Thanks to a collaborative effort between the International Hot Rod Association and Motor Mania TV, the IHRA is pleased to announce that the IHRA Summit Racing Equipment World Finals from Memphis International Raceway will be broadcast live exclusively on IHRA.com the weekend of October 11-12.
Both days of the Summit Racing Equipment World Finals will be broadcast live through a special partnership with Motor Mania TV as the Summit SuperSeries, Summit Tournament of Champions and the complete Nitro Jam professional show will all be seen live and uncut throughout the weekend on IHRA.com.
Last year the live broadcast received over 35,000 views from 25 different countries and from as far away as Russia all tuning in live to watch the IHRA crown its champions.