Gravity Media Australia partners with Supercars Media for extensive Repco Supercars Championship coverage

Gravity Media Australia has teamed up with Supercars Media to provide extensive coverage of this year’s Repco Supercars Championship, exceeding 400 hours across various platforms.

In an announcement today, Supercars Media and Gravity Media, a leading global provider of intricate live production and media services, solidified their partnership to broadcast this year’s Repco Supercars Championship in Australia and several international markets.

Throughout the 12 rounds of the Championship, Gravity Media Australia and Supercars Media will traverse over 40,000 kilometers to deliver comprehensive coverage on FOX Sports, Kayo, the Seven Network, 7plus, and international broadcasting platforms.

As part of this collaboration, Supercars Media and Gravity Media Australia will utilize specialized in-car camera technologies developed by the latter to enhance this year’s coverage.

This marks the twelfth consecutive year of collaboration between Gravity Media Australia and Supercars Media, who are responsible for producing both global and Australian television broadcasts of the Repco Supercars Championship.

The Repco Supercar Championship kicks off with the Thrifty Bathurst 500 at Mount Panorama from February 23rd to 25th, followed by the Repco Bathurst 1000 from October 10th to 13th, and concluding with the VAILO Adelaide 500 from November 14th to 17th.

For the inaugural round, the Thrifty Bathurst 500, Gravity Media and Supercars Media will deploy over 172 television cameras throughout the track, pits, in cars, and surrounding areas. They will also utilize state-of-the-art high-definition outside broadcast trucks, more than 40 kilometers of broadcast cable, new cloud-based broadcast technologies, and employ a production crew exceeding 140 members.

Of the 172 cameras capturing the event, 144 are Gravity Media Australia’s renowned in-car specialty cameras installed in both Supercars and other supporting racing categories. Each of the 24 Supercars is equipped with four Gravity Media Australia specialty cameras.

Additionally, in partnership with Supercars Media, Gravity Media provides technology and systems for Supercars’ team radios, along with 32 channels of isolated camera coverage for the Gravity Review System, a bespoke system developed by Gravity Media Australia, utilized by motorsports judiciary and race control for managing on-track activities in the Supercars Championship.

Beyond coverage of the Repco Supercar Championship and the Repco Bathurst 1000, Gravity Media’s collaboration with Supercars Media extends to the global and Australian television broadcasts of the Repco Bathurst 12 Hour, held the weekend preceding the Supercar Championship’s opening round.

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