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Bob34
09-08-2008, 03:23 PM
Will there be a link? If so, please post it here. Tommy's mom wants all of the info she can get!

Thanks - Bob

bpanther
09-08-2008, 06:55 PM
Live T&S feed courtesy of yours truely.....


There is also live video feeds and audio feeds for the races as well!!!!


I'll dig up the links.

bpanther
09-08-2008, 07:05 PM
NASA Will Broadcast Live Timing and Track Commentary Over The Internet

RICHMOND, CA, Sept 9, 2008 - NASA is pleased to announce that race fans will be able to watch race results from the 3nd Annual NASA Championships presented by Toyo Tires at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course live on the Internet. In addition, a live audio stream of the announcers calling the play-by-play action will be made available to those at home.

Simply visit http://drivenasa.com/liveresults and you will be able to watch and listen to the race results as they happen and follow the action from anywhere in the world.

NASA Offers Live Internet Coverage of Racing Action

RICHMOND, CA – September 8, 2008. Fans of the National Auto Sport Association will be able to view a live video feed of the racing action at the 2008 National Championships at Mid Ohio Sports Car Course. Speedcast Productions will be producing full-length videos of featured classes but will also offer a live picture of the front straight by streaming video via a satellite connection to a website.

NASA’s National Chairman Ryan Flaherty commented, “we offered live feed last year which was well utilized but bandwidth limitations degraded the clarity of the picture so we are using a satellite uplink which should enable us to send higher quality video.” Clark Cambern, Owner and President of Speedcast Productions said,” All of us here at Speedcast are excited to be working with NASA and its web savvy members. The NASA Championships will be the largest single event Speedcast has ever covered. We always strive to improve our capabilities and offering a live picture allows NASA fans to simply find a computer connected to the Internet and enjoy the racing.”

Live coverage will begin on Sunday, September 14th and you can catch the racing at Speedcasttv.com. Users will be required to create a login but viewing the video feed will be free.