The camera operators are instructed to follow the lead buggy. That is what they do. I can tell you that the chute camera dude had no idea that there was anything worth filming in the fringe, zoo, aepi heat until it was over and done. He followed fringe up the freeroll to the driveway and the action in that heat was about 90 deg our of his field of vision. (think about what he would be seeing throgh the camera) I think that instruction is a good one and would not want them to change it. The complaints for missing anything that happens to the lead buggy would be enormious.
I think we did a fair job of at least talking about the action behind the lead buggy for most events. I will admit to sucking during the fringe a, zoob, aepi prelim heat. I failed to verbalize the failed zoo pass attempt in real time.
BTW, the best way to see more of your buggy is make it go faster.