"100,000 Cameras" Documentary To Tell The NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race From The Fan's Perspective

There are up to 100 broadcast cameras at a typical NASCAR race. What if there were nearly 100,000 “cameras” capturing the action on and off the track from every conceivable angle? 100,000 CAMERAS is a 30-minute documentary that will feature fan- and industry-generated footage to tell the story of the NASCAR Sprint All-Star race (from sun up until the lights go out at Charlotte Motor Speedway). The groundbreaking special, produced by NASCAR Productions, will air on Thursday, May 22 at 9:30 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1.

How to Get Involved…


  1. Whether you’re at the track or tuning in from home, use your camera phone to document your NASCAR Sprint All-Star race experience (Saturday, May 17, 9 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1).


  1. Upload your video to your social media account(s) (e.g. Instagram, Twitter, Vine, Facebook, etc. or use the Banjo App) using the hashtags #100KCams and #sprintallstar for the chance to have your footage included in the show.


  1. Drive your fans, partners, etc. to www.foxsports.com/100kcams for more details on how to participate.