The NASCAR All Star Race is a great watch for new or longtime fans. As with any race, there are thousands of things to watch and hear. Whether at home or at the track, there is a limit to the number of cars, team communications, pit stops, and angles one can take in and process at once. The home viewer sees only what the broadcaster decides and at the track it is the view from your seat with possible assist from a scanner and video screens. Complementing these experiences is INSIDE THE HEADSETS, capturing the race from a wide array of exclusive behind the scenes perspectives.
Utilizing an extra ten cameras not included in the television broadcast, INSIDE THE HEADSETS reviews the event like an action-adventure movie, highlighting slow motion, crew chief sync sound and exclusive interviews. Made from both the best parts of the race broadcast and exclusive behind the scenes aspects, this show will capture a 4 hour event and package it into 30 intense minutes, for telecast less than 24 hours after the checkered flag.
Never before has a NASCAR race been turned around in such a fast, timely and dramatic fashion for television.