Peterborough Speedway Chooses Hollyvox G51 for Motor Racing Seamless Communication

Features of Peterborough Speedway
Peterborough Speedway, situated in the heart of cottage country in Ontario, is known in the racing community as a driver’s track. The facility holds an average of 30 race events annually, it’s one of the busiest racing venues in Canada. With a spectator capacity of over 6,000 people for oval racing events and one of the best lighting systems in the area, it can host televised events at night.

Seamless communication with Hollyvox G51
Managing communication among a 47-member team and several thousand audiences in the roar of engines is never easy. It requires an intercom system with exceptional noise cancellation capabilities and a stable and reliable connection. That’s why the Peterborough Speedway team relies on the Hollyvox G51 – two cascaded sets that allow for simultaneous group calls for up to 16 people in three different groups!

This feature allows Peterborough Speedway’s teams of on-track staff, line-ups, and rescue staff to be on different channels, coordinating with each other while concentrating on separate tasks. The Hollyvox G51’s microphone boom arm can be easily moved down to unmute the microphone and talk.

Advantages of Hollyvox G51
The Hollyvox G51 is a fantastic communication device that offers numerous advantages, including LEMO single-side headsets that help the wearer keep an ear open to what’s happening on the track and the other ear to the team, it’s super convenient and useful. The sidetone function is added to the headsets, allowing team members to hear themselves through the headsets, ensuring that the mic is working nonstop. With an impressive transmission range of up to 1,300 feet and advanced dual-mic Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC) technology, the Hollyvox G51 provides a complete, integrated, and clear communication solution for the entire production team.

User feedback
JP Josiasse, the owner of Peterborough Speedway, said, “The transmitter is very small and works great anywhere on this property, covering up the ranger properly on the 63-acre property.” He added, “Running a track needs a big team. We have 47 people on staff here. It takes a lot of teamwork to make sure these all run off seamlessly.”