Next there is an overhead view. That one centers over the lead group of horses and isn’t ideal to see a horse making progress from well off the pace, but otherwise it is a good viewpoint.
Finally there is the side view. That is my actual favorite. In this view you can generally see all of the horses, even the ones who are biding their time. Also this is the view that shows how much detail has been added to recreate the Hoosier Park surroundings. It really feels like watching a race at Hoosier Park.
I can certainly envision myself going home after work and bringing up a couple of the more interesting races from that night and watching them unfold.
It will be entertaining to be able to watch one particular driver who perhaps had multiple wins that night to see how he drove in each race.
I am already a huge Hoosier Park supporter but this will doubtless turn me into a much bigger fan. I applaud Trakus for such a good and varied system. I also thank Hoosier Park and the horsemen for putting up the money to put this system into place. It is a win-win for all people concerned.