Close Racing with the Pivothead HD Camera

Lots of near misses, desperate passes, spins, crashes and over-revs (due to a faulty rev limiter) all filmed through the eyes of driver Beau Borders in his Formula Mazda at Road America in June 2012. It was the first time out using the Pivothead HD Glasses...

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This is a longer version of the "SPINNING OUT OF THE LEAD" video. Go on a wild ride with Beau Borders in his Formula Mazda in an SCCA race at Road Atlanta from July 2012. Utilizing the new Pivothead HD glasses, Beau started his race towards the front of the pack, and was able to take the lead in the Formula Mazda class on the first lap. After several laps of slicing through lapped traffic, he pushed the car over the edge and was thrown into a spin in Road Atlanta's famed esses. While frantically trying to restart the car, another competitor had a "sympathy spin" and nearly collided with Beau's stalled Mazda. Only the Pivothead glasses are capable of conveying just how close it was!!