Panning the camera isnt the giveaway, he would have heard the car speeding. The giveaway is the explosion. Cars don't explode like that, that's Hollywood style fireball. I was a fireman for years and seen plenty of cars on fire, they tend to give a muffled whoosh sound and the flames don't jump up like that.
Yea that explosion was diffrent. Gotta remember that that was in some south american or mexican city. The car that blew up was the one running the stopsign Possibly banditos with a lod of explosives or lots of ammo or moonshine!!!!!
I don't think it is real. The camera moving before anything happens is one clue, the one that rolls over was going awful fast for intown driving. There is the squeal of sliding tires but no tire smoke or black marks on the pavement. The fire itself is suspect because it starts all around the vehicle, if there was a fuel leak it should run down to the shoulder, not up into the middle of the road.
Even the action of the cars is cgi. It's very good cgi but cgi none the less. First off, none of the plastics were knocked off the bike, there is absolutely no debris on the road anywhere. With an impact like that the plastics would have been gone. Second the bike shows no damage at all it's just laying there. Third the bike would have traveled a lot further than it did.
For the cars; First what are the chances of two cars with ALL the windows blacked out (even the windshields) being in the same intersection at the same time? .Second the the cross traffic car (the black compact) isn't even touching the road at the point of impact between it and the minivan. Third when the minivan hit that light pole and spun around, if it were real that aluminum light pole would have sheared off. It's what they are designed to do. And finally, there is absolutely no debris in the road at the point of impact.
The fire around the minivan I believe is actually a real gas fire. But the minivan isn't really there. And I don't even have to get into the explosion.