“Slow down” is not a phrase often heard in racing, unless you’re overheating on the dragstrip return road and speeding back to the pits in a panic (you know who you are). In general though, racing is about going fast, which is why the Racing in Slow Motion series on YouTube is so incredible to watch. It’s a rarely seen viewpoint. In fact, it’s an impossible to see viewpoint and it gives one a whole new appreciation for the physical forces acting on a race car and driver. The shots of tires deforming during burnouts and over rumble strips, suspension arms flexing, bodywork fluttering and through it all, the focused gaze of the driver…it really highlights the drama. It also makes me want to double check all the fasteners on my race car. They go through a lot, those little guys. The Racing in Slow Motion series covers all kinds of racing, which suits me just fine, but just in case you need something to get the taste of Audis out of your mouth, here’s a different YouTube user’s video of a Camaro doing a burnout in SloMo.