While dozens of motorcycles flashed by at the Sachsenring at the weekend of 30 June to 2 July, almost 200,000 spectators could follow the event on LED displays that Faber Audiovisuals had supplied. This top-flight material was used one week earlier at the TT Assen. ‘A very successful logistical challenge,’ says Faber’s District Manager Nidal Echaust.
Almost 200,000 motorsport enthusiasts visited the famous Sachsenring for the MotoGP, the biggest motorcycle racing event in Germany. Faber Audiovisuals had supplied the audiovisual equipment for the second year in a row, making it possible for the spectators to track the event displayed at the circuit from up close. Nidal Echaust, involved with the event as a sales manager at Faber explains: ‘In total, we supplied 510 m2 of LED, divided over eight high-resolution module screens ranging in size from 50 to 80 square metres. We also delivered four LED trucks with screens in sizes between 30 and 80 square metres.‘
These LED displays offered spectators a sensational experience at the TT Assen a week earlier. ‘That is where 800 m2 of our material was set up until the Sunday before. Logistically, it was pretty tight because all equipment had to be transported to the Sachsenring within a few days and had to be configured on-site because the dimensions of the screens did not match. At Faber, we manage our own logistics and work with a very experienced crew, so we were able to install everything in good time.’
Faber Audiovisuals provides systems to various racing circuits. ‘The innovative and new products we supply are very suitable for speed-sport events like auto racing and moto racing. Spectators experience the event as even more emotional and exciting because of the large high-resolution screens.‘