Quite a bit goes into making a NASCAR on NBC race broadcast possible.
Last weekend, cameras were turned around to show the people and operations behind the broadcast from New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
“We have to have a group of people the size of what puts on a Super Bowl every single week,” lead announcer Rick Allen says in the video featured above.
Allen, Jeff Burton and Krista Voda share their thoughts on how a race day broadcast is put together, from production meetings to quickly tearing down the “Countdown to Green” stage on pit road and more.
“Everyone sees us on TV and assumes it may be the nine of us, there’s like 200, 300 people,” Voda says.
To see just a sampling of those people, watch the full video.