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More Ways Than Ever Before To Watch The Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour
Posted by: newsla on Jan 24, 2014 - 06:43 AM
Sports Cars
More Ways Than Ever Before To Watch The Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour

THE Return of the internationally renowned Radio LeMans broadcast team and live television on SBS TV will highlight the most accessible Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 hour race yet.


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Dubbed the ‘voice of sports car racing’, John Hindhaugh and the Radio LeMans team will return to Mount Panorama this February to produce live coverage of the Event for the second time.

The Radio LeMans crew made their Bathurst debut in 2013 and introduced thousands of new fans to the ever-expanding Bathurst endurance classic.

As in 2013, the RadioLeMans.com feed will be utilised alongside pictures provided by production house AVE for a full and comprehensive live broadcast of all twelve hours of the race on Sunday, February 9, plus the exciting new qualifying format to debut for the first time the day prior.

The Radio LeMans team of Hindhaugh, Paul Truswell and pit lane expert Shae Adam will be joined by local talent for the live streaming and the three-hours of live TV to be broadcast on SBS TV on Sunday afternoon – the first time the race will have been broadcast live on local, free-to-air TV since its return in 2007.

The coverage will commence at 3:30pm (local time) on SBS and run for 15 minutes following the checkered flag until 6:30pm.

Well known V8 Supercar commentator and V8 Sleuth Aaron Noonan will host the live TV return of the 12-hour and interview the winners post race, while long-time 12-hour race commentator Richard Craill and pit lane reporter Grant Boyden – both set to tackle their eighth consecutive Bathurst 12-hour coverage - will join the team for much of the live streaming coverage and the full live TV production.

''What we love about this event is the fact that (Promoter) James (O’Brien) and his team really understand how to integrate us into what they are doing to make sure that the fans, teams and sponsors get the best possible coverage,” said Radio Show Ltd Managing Director, Eve Hewitt.

“It's all about total coverage and accessibility. Recognising what sports car fans want is a massive part of building an audience for the future''

The comprehensive coverage will include four cars each featuring three live onboard cameras, live graphics and full coverage of the dramatic closing stages of the race.

A one hour post-produced highlights package showcasing all of the action from the 12-hour race will air on SBS Speedweek the week after the race, with a comprehensive three-hour package to air on SPEED TV Australia later in February.

International viewers will be able to continue to watch via the live stream to be available exclusively to www.bathurst12hour.com.au and www.radiolemans.com.

The full commentary feed will also be broadcast on the Mount Panorama circuit FM channel and the public address system. Three Superscreens – located on Pit Straight, the western end of the pit / paddock complex and at the top of the Mountain – will allow spectators around the circuit to see all of the spectacular action.

Local Bathurst station, 1503 2BS, will also carry the race in its entirety utilising the broadcast commentary feed and additional local insight from Bathurst region motorsport experts.

Comprehensive live and interactive coverage will be provided by the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour website, Facebook and Twitter feeds throughout the weekend.

‘We had a sensational response to Radio LeMans’ coverage of the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour last year. They really are the voice of endurance racing and they add something special to any Event they cover,” Event Director James O’Brien said.

“I’m very pleased that they will be part of the SBS TV coverage to go live on Sunday afternoon. It will offer a real international feel to the coverage which is appropriate.

“There will be more ways than ever before for fans to take in the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12-hour if they can’t get to the track – and even better coverage for those trackside watching the action from all around Mount Panorama.”

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