Tomorrow starting at 8:00 am the Pittsburgh Mini Owners are going to spinning their wheels around the Beaver Run Motor sports complex on Sunday the 21st of February. One of the cars owned by Mini of Pittsburgh will have an in car camera provided by a Pittsburgh start up company named VIVO. The set up involves a web-cams attached to a plastic pipe that they rigged up to suction cups stuck to the windshield. The cameras are hooked up to a laptop inside the car and the signal is broadcasted via a cell phone network transmit the signal to the Internet. The event will start on a snow covered seven acre paved lot in Big Beaver. Mini drivers in their own cars and those who are test driving the dealership’s car, will take turns driving with instructors to learn how to handle the car in the snow in a variety of situations. They will maneuver around cones and put the car into skid on purpose. The cars will also go though time trials on the Wilson circuit, a serpentine track on the motor complex site. This event will be broadcast live via streaming video using an in car camera in the Mini of Pittsburgh's Mini. Starting at 8:00 am they will start streaming video at http://vivolive.com/minitv/testdrive This information was taken from the Post Gazette, by Ann Belser The newspaper does not have the full story up on line yet. The above information is from the early Sunday print addition.