Ubiquity Studios is set to once again be the broadcast partner for live Formula Drift event in Wall, NJ
IRVINE, Calif., June 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Ubiquity Studios is set to once again be the broadcast partner for live Formula Drift event in Wall, NJ. This will be the fourth broadcast of the 2012 series. CEO of Ubiquity Chris Carmichael said, "Ubiquity continues to bring live sporting events to the next level with its IP Backhaul technology giving the end user a better HD experience." This cross platform event will be streaming live on formulad.com, Youtube.com, Justin.tv, Metacafe.com, and Dalymotion.com.
As Formula Drift's exclusive broadcast partner, Ubiquity Studios has recently broadcasted the last three FD events at the Long Beach Grand Prix in Long Beach, CA on April 6th and 7th, Road Atlanta in Atlanta, GA on May 11th and 12th, and at the Palm Beach Intl Raceway on June 1st and 2nd. Ubiquity continues to be at the forefront in IP Backhaul technology and has partnered with Formula Drift to broadcast all of their events.
Ryan Sage Co-Founder and Vice President of Formula Drift said "Ubiquity's cutting edge broadcasting technology and capabilities have increased Formula Drifts viewership dramatically, making it the most viewed motorsports live stream in the world."
Ubiquity's Director of live webcasts, Daniel Swiney, who has done over 125 live broadcasts, said "We could not have asked for a more successful series so far. Ubiquity Studios continues to deliver the high quality HD productions our clients have come to expect."
First opening in 1950 as Wall Stadium, Wall Speedway as it's now known. will host Formula Drifts Round 4: The Gauntlet on June 22-23, 2012.
The track lives up to its moniker as the "Gauntlet" with a 16 degree banked oval along the straightaway and 30 degrees on the turns. The drivers will be challenged on this course and this track is the first on the schedule where drivers utilize the entire oval. This course is very tricky and many drivers have fallen victim to the degree of difficulty that the bank, straightaway, and inside turn creates. Each seat in the house has a great view of the action within the "bowl" and fans will not be disappointed.