|Welcome to the NHRA Broadcasting and Video Communications Department – the gatekeepers to the ultra-sensory world of sight and sound that is NHRA Championship Drag Racing. We are dedicated to servicing the video footage needs of our corporate, contingency and race team sponsors. Our services are also available to NHRA competitors, news and sports media outlets and production compainies worldwide.
- We house and maintain the largest archive of NHRA Championship Drag Racing footage on Earth.
- We solely manage all access to NHRA series events.
- We offer an array of production services that include the creation of sponsor spots and presentations, b-roll packages and event coverage dubs.
Usage fees are based on the actual end use of footage in various projects. Pulling and dubbing fees are based on the actual time spent on locating and pulling archived and current footage.
Currently we supply footage in DVC Pro and DVC Pro HD, Beta SP, DVD and VHS formats.
The average turn around time for footage delivery is 5-7 days from the time the license agreement is negotiated and signed. 7-10 days for HD footage.
Footage requests from a party who is in default under any NHRA footage or access license agreement at the time of the request will not be fulfilled unless and until the default is cured.
No footage will be released or licensed to fans for personal use.
Simply fill out the footage request form and we will contact you with rates.
We can also arrange access to NHRA events for film and video crews, whether it is the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series, the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series or the NHRA Jr. Drag Racing League. Arrangements are handled on a case by case basis and requests must be made by completing the Event Access Request Form..
In most cases on track filming is prohibited. If race footage is required, it can be requested from the NHRA library by completing the footage request application.
All access requests must be received 30 days prior to the event you wish to attend.
Access requests from a party who is in default under any NHRA footage or access license agreement at the time of the request will not be fulfilled unless and until the default is cured.
All production companies will be required to produce an insurance certificate in the amount of $2 million liability coverage naming the NHRA as additional insured. Production companies will also be required to submit a crew list 5 days prior to the event before credentials will be released. All crew members will be required to sign a waiver and release form prior to receiving credentials.