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The Verizon IndyCar Series will use Virtual Reality to bring racing closer to the fans

The Verizon IndyCar Series has announced a new partnership with augmented and virtual reality production company Mandt VR to enhance its race coverage that it delivers to fans on its digital platform. California based (Los Angeles) Mandt VR will produce behind-the-scenes footage during the 2018 IndyCar season at a number of the series' major events such as the Indianapolis 500, the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 and the season ending Grand Prix of Sonoma. The deal will initially cover the 2018 season, although both parties are hopeful of extending the relationship further if the move proves popular with fans. Content will be showcased on IndyCar.com, and on the...
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