But wow !
Very impressive, but he driver in the footage has a few advantages over us normal everyday leisure caravanners.
The towcar is LHD so there's no blind side reversing.
The drawbar on the caravan in the footage is longer than drawbars fitted to most UK built caravans. This means that the unit is slower to turn, therefore it's more forgiving when reversing.
On the carefully laid out course there's nothing to hit which would cause significant damage to the drivers pride and joy.
In real life many of us arrive a bit stressed out after a long journey on crowded roads, with kids in the back of the car squabbling / being sick / needing the toilet, it's raining outside and Herself is standing where you can't really see her vaguely flapping her arms about and shouting unhelpful instructions even though she doesn't drive.
Meanwhile a queue of other units has built up behind you, the bloke on the pitch opposite is glaring at you from behind his wind break just daring you to put a tyre tread on 'his' bit of grass and the leccy bollard is too close and on your blind side.
As an ex HGV artic driver my advice would be, don't get flustered, reverse slowly with small steering inputs and don't be too proud to pull forward to have another go if things start to go wrong, no matter who is watching.