Pay attention, photography fanatics. This isn't your average picture. When you look at the above shot of this Mini John Cooper Works GP, it seems like the car was coming around a corner at high speeds, screeching the tires around the track, showing off its 208 horses. That couldn't be farther from the truth. The car was actually on the Circuit Paul Ricard track in France, but nobody was even driving the car. Somebody was pushing it from behind, and fake smoke underneath the car gave it the burning rubber effect. The crew used giant light bags, and long exposure photography with a Contax 645 on set. Check out behind-the-scenes footage below.