Race Mate Live offers F1 fans comprehensive viewing experience this season
Fox Sports just launched this F1 season's ultimate online companion site for the Formula One World Championship with the Race Mate Live. The website offers F1 fans an immersive and comprehensive viewing experience on their fingertip.
With Race Mate Live, F1 fans will be able to access everything they need to see and know about this year’s FIA Formula One World Championship, featuring additional camera feeds, latest news, race results, driver and team updates.
Race Mate Live offers these innovative features on their website:
Pit Lane Feed: A constant blend of valuable information and insight, the Pit-Lane Feed provides greater coverage of activity in the pits and an insight into the fast pace of the Formula One teams throughout all the sessions. With access to the radio telemetry, tire choices, strategy and other details fans can become more involved in each race.
On Board Feed: There’s nothing more exciting and adrenaline pumping than to virtually experience the thrills and spills faced by the drivers as they make sharp turns or overtake; fans are now able to watch all the action unfold from on-board, as if they were right there themselves with this special camera feed.
Driver Tracker Feed: When the action heats up on the circuit, true fans must have the inside line on the race and this unique features gives them the ability to keep a tab on the positions of various drivers all through the race.
Timing Information Feed: With the action on the circuit taking place at more than 300 km/h, this unique feature allows fans to keep abreast of all the race data via the timing information screen.
Highlights Channel: In F1, if you blink an eyelid you may miss the action and to enable fans to see all the heart-stopping action at their convenience, this features allows fans to re-live all the key highlights and moments of the race.
Race Mate Live is unique to Asia and is available in Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal.