We will be streaming the race live from Rob MacCachren’s #11 Trophy Truck. This in-vehicle live video is a first for a SCORE Baja Series Race! We’ll be in the cockpit with Rob and Matt for the entire race. The LTE/satellite streaming link is a specially formulated compressed video designated for low bandwidth links. We’re excited to share this system with our viewers!
Starting gun goes off at 10:00am Pacific Daylight Time with Rob’s #11 truck – staged 6th in line – departs at 10:06 am. We’ll run the race end-to-end – and hopefully win with the help of technology!
LIVE VIDEO FEEDS – Simulcast by Cinetcomm for the Baja 500
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