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Gravity Media Cameras ‘Souped Up’ for Supercars

The Gravity Media team was recently on site at The Bend Motorsport Park, Tailem Bend, in South Australia for round four of the Supercars Championships servicing the world feed and Fox Sports’ unilateral.

The team provided all the technical broadcast facilities with almost 12 hours of practice, qualifying and racing broadcast live and advertisement free exclusively on Fox Sports 506 across the two-day event. 

It was an iconic race weekend as Supercars debuted three new onboard camera angles as part of Supercars’ ongoing plan to innovate with its broadcast courtesy of a new deal with Gravity Media.

The three new cameras included a rear-facing camera on Will Davison’s #17 Dick Johnson Racing Ford Mustang passenger door, a front-facing camera attached to Fabian Coulthard’s #19 Team Sydney Holden ZB Commodore passenger door and a camera in the badge of the front grille of Brodie Kostecki’s #99 Erebus Motorsport Holden ZB Commodore (pictured).

Supercars also recently returned to The Production Centre in Sydney for episode two of their Tuesday Night Takeaway show which was live-streamed on their Facebook page to over 12,300 viewers.


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