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Shots of Atlanta Motorsports Park signage, welcome trailer, car garages, construction maps and vehicles, and race karts.
Shots of enthusiasts showing off and driving their personal cars on the track. Some of the car models include: Shelby, Audi, Mercedes, and BMW. Other shots of the emergency vehicles on site.
Footage from the observation deck of Georgia’s highest mountain featuring shots of the surrounding valleys.
Shots of the Dawsonville water tower, welcome sign, the Dawsonville Pool Room, and Dawson County Middle School.
Various shots of Lula, including the welcome to Lula and street signs, trains, and the Barn at Jaemor.
Interior shots of the Canopy Command Center, including, t-shirts, disk golf equipment, and their pet snake.
Shots of the garden at the Georgia Mountain Research and Education Center, including a bridge, various types of flowers, bees, and farmland.
Footage of the driver handling her race car, point-of-view shots through the windshield, and exterior shots of passing cars and land.
Shots of the entrance sign, meadow creeks sign, community cannery, and other structures. Time-lapse shots of the clouds moving across the land.
Establishing shots of NGCT buildings and signage. Camping tents, a driving tour of the grounds, and a game of cornhole.
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