Our Panasonic HD video board is the largest HDTV in the world, here are the numbers:

  • The screen rises 110 feet above the track
  • The steel frame that supports the screen weighs 500,000 pounds
  • The video board weighs 165,000 pounds
  • The total structure weighs 332-and-a-half tons or 665,000 pounds
  • The screen is 200 feet wide and 80 feet tall
  • 158 panels make up the 16,000-square-foot screen
  • Thirteen sub-electric panels each power a "panel riser," or a column of panels 
  • More than nine million LED lamps illuminate the Panasonic video board during each NASCAR race event at Charlotte Motor Speedway
  • The screen is centered along the backstretch between Turns 2 and 3, across from the start/finish line
  • Fans seated throughout the frontstretch from Turn 4 to Turn 1 have clear viewing angles of instant replays, leaderboard updates and interactive entertainment displayed in 720P high-definition visuals
  • Crews removed 900 cubic yards of dirt by drilling 12 holes, each 54 inches in diameter, more than 50 feet deep to bedrock level and installed concrete piers in the holes to support the massive steel frame