218ft LED HDTV !
Texas Motor Speedway unveiled the world's largest High-Definition LED video board on Wednesday night in Fort Worth, Texas, and the screen drew celebrities from television and racing, along with more than 8,000 fans.
NASCAR President Mike Helton, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kyle Busch, Duck Commander CEO and star of "Duck Dynasty" Willie Robertson and his wife, Korie, brought their own star power to shine next to "Big Hoss TV" built by Panasonic -- which stretches 218 feet wide by 94.6 feet tall.
Standing tall over the track's backstretch, "Big Hoss TV" features 20,633.64 square feet of HD LED display that consists of 4.8 million pixels and 281 trillion colors. It will surpass fellow Speedway Motorsports, Inc. facility Charlotte Motor Speedway (16,000 square feet) as Guinness World Record holder for the world's largest HD LED video board when a Guinness official deems it so April 6 before the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Duck Commander 500. The screen is 79 percent larger than the video board at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, which stands at 11,520 square feet.