When using a camera on a race track it's best to be cautious, and in this case really lucky. What looks like a back woods rally circuit, there are a multitude of onlookers and spectators for the day's racing. We see the number 50 car becomes airborne on a ramped corner in the beginning of the video, and while attempting to hold the line over compensates for the turn and careens toward a camera man pitched at the end of the inside of the turn.
Thankfully, the camera operator is seen ducking away as a race car flips through the very spot they were set up just a moment before. With some very quick reflexes, the photographer even had time to pull their equipment back before the front of the vehicle flips into and through the area that they were set up and into the wooded area.
The video looks to come from eastern Europe and reminds me of some of the breathtaking and honestly scary close calls that happen in the Baja 500. Spectators on or next to the track without any barriers where vehicles many times are being pushed to their limit. If you are spectating or maybe even a photographer for one of these events I would say to enjoy the action from a safer position. It can be very dangerous being so close to the action.