PHOENIX RACEWAY DEBUTS DC SOLAR CONSTRUCTION CAM TO TRACK PROJECT PROGRESS

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Race fans will now be able to keep continuous track of the construction progress at Phoenix Raceway by visiting www.NewPhoenixRaceway.com, as the modernization project’s webstream camera goes live.

The DC Solar Construction Cam will provide fans with a way to keep tabs on the progress of the Phoenix Raceway Project Powered by DC Solar on a daily basis. Whether it’s at an office desk, on a mobile device, or through a smart TV – the webstream will let fans follow the project on a “beam-by-beam” basis. Using the HD stream, fans will be able to watch the transformation of the 53-year-old venue take shape.

Additionally, three time-lapse cameras now in place throughout the property will complement the webstream camera, documenting the continuous change that will be coming as the project progresses.

The time-lapse cameras are strategically placed around the property at three locations – outside of the current Turn 1; outside of the dogleg; and outside of the current Turn 4 – so that fans can see all portions of the construction project. The time-lapse camera and web cam located outside of Turn 4 will capture one of the major portions of the project, providing a view across the redesigned infield and the erecting of the new grandstand. With major milestones of the project construction set to begin over the next couple of months, the webstreams will serve as a tremendous source of updates for fans.

The cameras – powered by DC Solar mobile units – went live to the public and can be viewed on www.PhoenixRaceway.com or by clicking here.

“This is going to be a great way for fans to keep up with the project,” said Phoenix Raceway President Bryan R. Sperber. “To be able to have this technology at our fingertips to put the progress of the project into the homes of Phoenix Raceway fans, is only going to heighten the anticipation for November 2018. There are going to be plenty of milestone moments to come over the next 19 months, and we encourage all fans to check it out.”

Phoenix Raceway will next host the semifinal race in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series – the Can-Am 500 – on Nov. 10-12, 2017. For tickets and more information on Phoenix Raceway events, visit PhoenixRaceway.com or call 1-866-408-RACE.

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