The second camera stands are Jarrod Mason, who has videotaped iRacing for the past three seasons, and Andrew Black, a videographer who shot the 2017 TV week iRacing broadcast. Mason has also been adept at sports film, including coverage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, the Super Bowl, the MLS All-Star game, the U.S. Open Tennis, and Olympic events in various sports.
The primary camera operator is Janie Moy, who was the longtime operations coordinator for Mint Race, a full-time race simulcast production company and live video feed provider for major motorsports events such as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Camping World Truck Series, IndyCar Series, XFINITY Series, Truck Series, ARCA Racing Series, Indy Lights, X Games, Pirelli World Challenge, Indy 500, and AMA Supercross.
The production team is composed of Floyd Edwards, an Emmy Award-winning broadcast supervisor whose résumé includes war coverage of the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., and Gary Roberts, an Emmy-nominated show editor. A key crew member who creates reality shows, Edwards has served Mac’s Crew Chief at AuSable Valley Motorsport Park, Flat Rock Miners, the iRacing World Championship Series and the Gauntlet.
Alicia entered her first iRacing World Championship last year and won once, while last year’s Australian Lapping Champion, Hayley teamed up with series regulars Chris and Jack to win with two laps to go. 7211a4ac4a