Spectacular 360-Degree Video Captures Indycars Racing Across The Golden Gate Bridge

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It's an incredible experience.

You heard it here first: Interactive 360-degree videos are the next big thing when it comes to shooting race footage. That being said we’ve only really seen them used for promotional purposes, such as that time a McLaren F1 car tried to run down a Honda Civic Sport and McLaren 650S. This video unfortunately doesn’t capture any race action but does feature racing cars, in this case a trio of Indycars. What makes it truly epic is that the scene of this sprint is San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.

Driving across the Golden Gate is always special but looks like an incredible trip from inside the cockpit of an Indycar. Check out the video and be sure to use your mouse to take advantage of the 360-degree view.

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