The Associated Press

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — NASCAR is teaming up with TNT and DirecTV to give fans a new perspective during the circuit’s July visit to Daytona.

The 400-mile Cup race at the massive 2.5-mile oval on July 3 will be the first-ever broadcast in 3D.

The 3D production be made available through on NASCAR.com as well as through DirecTV, and will complement a special television presentation on the network.

The race will feature two feeds produced specifically for 3D. The first will provide a unique look at the racing action from strategically placed cameras around the track designed to maximize the effect of 3D.

The second stream will come from pit road.

Viewers will need a 3D TV or computer display with matching 3D glasses.

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