No one understands the need for clear, uninterrupted, and instant communication better than those who own, operate or work on racing teams. Lightning-fast access to information can mean the difference between winning the race and Petering out on pit row. That is why push-to-talk two-way radios for NASCAR races are essential tools for any member of your racing team. Of course, NASCAR racing teams aren’t the only teams that benefit from push-to-talk two-way radios. These are just a few reasons why.
PoC Two Way Radios Allow Communication Over Wide Distances
Different members of your team and crew are spread out all across the track, the stands, private boxes, the pit, and other areas as well. For Formula One racing teams, you can be spread out even further, across even wider landscapes. Fortunately, push-to-talk two-way radios from Peak PTT are the perfect push-to-talk two way radios for events like these as they offer nationwide coverage on their 4G network.
Voice Enhancement Capabilities
No one knows better than you, how loud things can get inside a car going 200+ MPH, in the pit, or in the stands with thousands of spectators cheering on their favorite drivers. Modern push-to-talk two-way radios offer voice enhancing features as well as features to block background noise so that you are able to enjoy crystal clear communication regardless of what’s going on around you.
Ruggedized Radio Equipment for Your Fast-Paced Needs
Items in pits get dropped, bumped, jostled, and more. You work in all kinds of weather conditions, and you have to be prepared for a few slips, trips, and falls as you leap over the wall to work on your cars and get them back on the track. In other words, you need two-way radios and other equipment that has been ruggedized to handle the type of work you do. Fortunately, Peak PTT offers a wide variety of two-way radios options, including many that have high IP ratings for just such needs.
Perhaps the biggest reason to consider the addition of push-to-talk two-way radios for your racing crew is the ability to communicate instantly with other members of the team with the single push of a button. This means spotters can broadcast information to drivers as well as pit crews about debris on the track, accidents ahead, open lanes to consider, and when pit stops can no longer be avoided.
Still not convinced? Contact Peak PTT today to learn more about how we can help your racing team improve communication on the track and off to help bring about better outcomes in your races. 855-600-6161