Experience Talladega Race Weekend Through Lenses of 100,000 Cameras

Cellphones have become an integral part of sports viewing, as fans both in-person and watching afar chronicle and share their experience across social media. To capture the NASCAR experience from all perspectives, FOX Sports 1 and NASCAR Productions  present the second installment of the cutting-edge documentary series 100,000 CAMERAS, scheduled to premiere Thursday, May 14 (9:30 PM ET) as part of 10 DAYS OF THUNDER on FOX Sports 1.

This time, 100,000 CAMERAS sets its sights on NASCAR’s wildest track -- Talladega Superspeedway -- on Sunday, May 3. 100,000 CAMERAS: TALLADEGA weaves together fan and driver-generated video to tell the story of Talladega from every conceivable angle, regardless of location. The crowd-sourced documentary captures the ‘life in a day of NASCAR’ and how the sport connects people and communities at the track and around the world. The popular original installment of 100,000 CAMERAS on FOX Sports 1 covered the 2014 NASCAR SPRINT ALL-STAR RACE.

Fans everywhere are invited to tell their own Talladega story by using cameras and smart/mobile devices to capture the race, as well as the hours preceding and following it, whether from the grandstands, on a road trip to the track, tailgating, watching from home or from a neighborhood bar.  Using the hashtags #100KCams and #NASCAR, fans simply upload videos to their social media accounts (Instagram, Twitter, Vine, Facebook or Snapchat) during or immediately following the race.

For instructions on how to participate, please visit: http://nas.cr/1d9NVTS

The following NASCAR drivers and personalities already have agreed to participate: Jeff Gordon, AJ Allmendinger, Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr., Joey Logano, Austin Dillon, Kevin Harvick, Kyle & Samantha Busch, Clint Bowyer, Ty Dillon, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Kyle Larson, Brad Keselowski, Greg Biffle, Brendan Gaughan, Michael Waltrip & the Michael Waltrip Racing pit crews.

The 30-minute, high-energy special also features additional and specialty camera angles and content not seen in the live FOX telecast of the GEICO 500 (Sunday, May 3 at 1:00 PM ET), as well as driver wires and team radio scanner sounds.  Fans shooting video using a cell phone are encouraged to shoot horizontally for best results.  For more tips and information on how to take and submit video for 100 CAMERAS: TALLADEGA, please visit www.foxsports.com/100KCams.

Fox Sports PR