07.17.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Largest HD auto race broadcast in U.S. history

The Mario Andretti Grand Prix at Road America will be shown exclusively in the United States on August 3 on HDNet.

Sixteen HD cameras and two HD mobile units will be spread throughout the 4.048-mile permanent road course to capture all of the action in crystal clear quality.

HDNet will offer more than 12 hours of live and original programming throughout the weekend at Road America, including extensive coverage on both qualifying days on August 1 and 2, in addition to the race on August 3.

The broadcasts will be available through HDNet’s cable and satellite distributors, including DIRECTV, DISH network, Charter Communications and other cable affiliates.

For more information visit www.hd.net and www.cart.com.

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