Blind man to ride in record breaking electric car for documentary

Top Quote SSI-Racing, Ben Kadie Films, The Project Studio, and Urban Chemistry Recordings are joining forces in a documentary that seeks to bring the audience and understanding of Pure-Acceleration. End Quote
    QuoteThe film's goal is that audience feels what it is to speed down track in ways that normally able people have never experienced before.Quote
  • San Diego, CA (1888PressRelease) September 04, 2013 - On the weekend of September 7th and 8th, T-Rex and his team will be setting up at the Barona Drags race track to make a documentary. It seeks to bring you into the visceral experience of speeding down the track in a record breaking car and to share the thrill they feel as they experience Pure-Acceleration.

    The documentary features Jeff Garrett a blind man that has always wanted to ride in a race car, Michael Tyrannosaurus Kadie (T-Rex) will be driving the record breaking car he built in his 1.5 car garage in San DIego, award winning filmakers from Ben Kadie films and The Project Studio, lead camera operator Jessica Jurges, and music by Urban Chemistry Recordings.

    The film will answer the question 'What do you get when you put a blind man in an electric race car? ... 'Pure Acceleration'

    The kickstarter project that they started for the project ( funded in 10 hours.

    Additionally the film will feature a silent run with a deaf person signing their experiences to the camera with 'Closed Captioning for the Sign Language Impaired" and 4 normally able persons who will be blindfold, helmeted with action cam, squeezed into the race car, taken down the drag strip with a camera on them, assisted out, walked to be interviewed, and then the blindfold removed.

    They are selling the normally able slots on their kickstarter page "Ride the Car and be a Star" - Cost $300.

    They will be filming with 7 cameras, 4 cameramen, and g-force sensors.

    They are still seeking additional participants in and assistance with the making of this documentary. A full rundown of needed equipment, staff, and Frequently Asked Questions are available on their kickstarter page and the documentary website

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