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Turn 2 Viewing Mound Point-Of-View

During the July GRAND-AM test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, we filmed several fan point-of-view videos from the Turn 2 viewing mounds.  These viewing areas provide some of the best site lines around the facility to watch all the roadcourse action.  The best part?  ALL of these areas are accessible with a General Admission ticket!  

Click on the red pins below to see the video from that perspective.  Enjoy!

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Turn 2 Viewing Mound Point-Of-View
 
Turn 2 Viewing Mound Point-Of-View
During the July GRAND-AM test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, we filmed several fan point-of-view videos from the Turn 2 viewing mounds. These viewing areas provide some of the best site lines around the facility to watch all the roadcourse action. The best part? ALL of these areas are accessible with a General Admission ticket!
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