I think what is puzzling to most guys here is the shape of the plow. The bottom he's using is known as a greyhound, most American bottoms are of the breaker or stubble type. In the UK they match plow, where there are point assigned for every little movement you make. In this county we just turn the dirt over with no care about what the end result looks like. Plowing in a match is all about perfection of the turned furrow, not driving on the turned earth, leaving a perfect uniform pass each time so you can't tell one from the next.
I think if our Scottish friend was to post a score card, and explain a match, more people would understand where the end result is to this project. American usually does very poorly in world plowing matches, even though we plow up more ground each yr than some counties have with in there borders.