Gravity Media will cover the entire season of the Repco Supercars Championship

Supercars Media and Gravity Media have confirmed a broadcast and technology partnership to deliver coverage of 2023 Repco Supercars Championship. As part of the partnership, they will instal in-car camera technologies designed and developed by Gravity Media Australia.

The 2023 Repco Supercars Championship will be contested over 12 rounds. This year, Gravity Media and Supercars Media will criss-cross Australia travelling more than 40,000 kilometres to deliver more than 370 hours of coverage across the 12 rounds of the Championship.

For the opening round, Gravity Media and Supercars Media will deploy a total of 173 television cameras on track, in the pits and in cars, and access state of the art high definition outside broadcast trucks, 20 kilometres of broadcast cable and new cloud-based broadcast technologies. Of the 173 cameras covering the event, 140 are Gravity Media Australia’s internationally recognised in-car speciality cameras installed in Supercars.

In addition to its partnership with Supercars Media, Gravity Media also provides the technology and systems for Supercars’ team radios, along with 32 channels of isolated camera coverage for the Gravity Media Australia developed and bespoke Gravity Review System, used by the motorsports judiciary and race control in the management of every on-track moment.

“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Gravity Media for the eleventh year running, to deliver world-class coverage of the Repco Supercars Championship to audiences in Australia and around the world,” express David Tunnicliffe, Head of Broadcast at Supercars. “Their specialist and in-car camera technologies, combined with their expertise in complex live creative production and media services, will ensure that fans have access to more than 370 hours of all-screens coverage across the 12 rounds of the Championship. We look forward to working with the Gravity Media team to bring the excitement of the Gen3 era to viewers everywhere.”

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