NASCAR HotPass in DirecTV

NASCAR HotPass is a complementary exclusive sports package available only on DirecTV. It was released in the year 2007 and it was a Pay-per-view subscription package in 2007 and 2008. But from 2009, DirecTV subscribers can watch for free of cost. It covers the whole NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Subscribers can experience every turn, every lap, every checkered flag of the Sprint Cup Series.

Subscribers can watch and enjoy this event through Cable and Satellite TV providers such as DirecTV (exclusive provider in U.S, South America and Caribbean), TELUS Satellite TV, Bell TV, Cogeco, Rogers Cable and Shaw Direct in Canada.

subscribers can tune to channels between 795 and 798 to feel the race from their favorite driver’s Vantage point. The Four dedicated driver channels focuses mainly on four top drivers each week throughout the race. Each driver is covered by his own channel.

The coverage of the Four dedicated driver channel includes an in-car camera, two overhead corner cameras in turns 1 and 3, a pit box overhead camera and a pit crew shoulder camera that gives subscribers a unique access to drivers during the race.

Also, this event has two announcers who describe the action of that particular driver and subscribers will also hear communications between the driver, his spotter and team. Each week this event delivers exclusive audio and video direct to subscribers that is available only on DirecTV.

In DirecTV’s, each week subscribers can have access to four different drivers in Four dedicated driver channel. Subscribers can come back every week to find out what drivers are going to be featured in the next race.

In NASCAR Hot pass all the four channels will be broadcasted in digital crystal clear HD. Subscribers can experience every thunderous turn, every near-miss wall scrape lap after lap in heart-pounding HD that brings subscribers to the edge of the seat every second in NASCAR HotPass in DirecTV.

NASCAR HotPass is a complementary exclusive sports package available only on DirecTV. It was released in the year 2007 and it was a Pay-per-view subscription package in 2007 and 2008. But from 2009, DirecTV subscribers can watch NASCAR HotPass for free of cost. It covers the whole NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Subscribers can experience every turn, every lap, every checkered flag of the Sprint Cup Series in NASCAR Hot Pass.

Subscribers can watch and enjoy NASCAR Hot Pass through Cable and Satellite TV providers such as DirecTV (exclusive provider in U.S, South America and Caribbean), TELUS Satellite TV, Bell TV, Cogeco, Rogers Cable and Shaw Direct in Canada.

In DirecTV’s NASCAR Hot Pass, subscribers can tune to channels between 795 and 798 to feel the race from their favorite driver’s Vantage point. The Four dedicated driver channels focuses mainly on four top drivers each week throughout the race. Each driver is covered by his own channel.

The coverage of the Four dedicated driver channel includes an in-car camera, two overhead corner cameras in turns 1 and 3, a pit box overhead camera and a pit crew shoulder camera that gives subscribers a unique access to drivers during the race. NASCAR Hot Pass will change the way how subscribers listen to NASCAR.

NASCAR Hot Pass driver channel has two announcers who describe the action of that particular driver and subscribers will also hear communications between the driver, his spotter and team. Each week NASCAR Hot pass delivers exclusive audio and video direct to subscribers that is available only on DirecTV.

In DirecTV’s NASCAR Hot Pass, each week subscribers can have access to four different drivers in Four dedicated driver channel. Subscribers can come back every week to NASCAR Hot Pass to find out what drivers are going to be featured in the next race.

In NASCAR Hot pass all the four channels will be broadcasted in digital crystal clear HD. Subscribers can experience every thunderous turn, every near-miss wall scrape lap after lap in heart-pounding HD that brings subscribers to the edge of the seat every second in NASCAR HotPass in DirecTV.



Source by Michael Alam

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