The in-car cockpit view provides players with a rearview mirror in the same location it can be found in an actual race car. Players can move their view to check the mirror while driving. When racing with any view other than the cockpit view, players can use the right stick to look behind and alongside the race car. There are also on-screen number indicators that show where other competitors are behind a player’s car. As the competitors near a player, the indicator grows larger and shows which direction they are approaching.
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