‘Race Motion’ video series depicts off-road racing at its most extreme

Even if you are not a die-really hard lover of off-highway racing, you are likely a lover of observing function-developed machines being utilized at (and outside of) their design limitations, particularly if that suggests undesirable-ass vehicles flying off sweet, sweet jumps. 

“Go into the entire world of off-highway racing and get up near and individual with extraordinary cinematic moments that most folks never witness.” That’s the pitch from the workforce behind “Race Movement,” a new collection from Mad Media that bundles unused racing footage into montages of twisting metal and plastic, preposterous air time, and ache-inducing impacts. Sold however? We positive are. 

“As Cinematographers we get to see some amazing moments during an off-highway race, quite a few of which never get utilized in our remaining edits,” reported Mad Media CEO Matt Martelli. 

Mad Media introduced “Race Movement” with footage from the 2020 BFGoodrich Tires Mint 400, which was held exterior Las Vegas in early March. The race featured a lot more than five hundred competition, and the clips incorporate remarkable pictures of vehicles and 4x4s in a variety of lessons undertaking particularly what you would count on of cars and trucks intended to go as rapid as attainable in excess of rough terrain. 

“The collection is a cinematic study combining, light, emphasis, composition, instinct, timing and a little bit of luck to build outstanding pictures that connect the power that is being unleashed by the violent action of these extraordinary automobiles contrasted with the breathtaking elegance of the Mojave desert. The high frame fee slo-movement pictures truly make it possible for you to see how extraordinary off-highway race automobiles are,” Martelli reported. 

The collection is hosted on the Off-Street Racer YouTube channel. We count on a lot more episodes to come, delivered race organizers can truly get their situations off the floor in the recent public wellbeing weather. 

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