Lawo drives remote TV production with F1

Formula One ranks among the most exciting and appealing of international racing sports and demands that its television coverage keeps pace. With diverse broadcast requirements dictated by the variety of its courses and widely spread race locations, it is the perfect setting for some precision engineering from German technology company Lawo.


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As an essential part of F1’s international profile, television airtime is considerably more extensive than a series of two-hour races spread across nine months of the year might suggest. Prior to the Sunday race, two days are devoted to free practice, followed by a day of qualifying. The outcome of three qualifying sessions determines the starting grid positions for the race on day three. F1 fans want to see all of the practice action and the qualifying, as well as gaining insights from behind the scenes.



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