Have you tried Mocha?
Hi Szalam, no I haven't, is it difficult to learn?
First question is what are you trying to do with your tracking? If there is some camera shake that you are trying to get rid of then maybe you are using the wrong tool.
If I were tracking the car and wanted to lock part of the car to one position on the screen or attach something to the car with this kind of shot I probably would use one point. Make sure that the tracking area is big enough. Most folks use way too small a tracking area. I would try something like this area, or maybe down the hood a bit where you can capture 2 rivets.
You need enough pixels that are relatively constant in the inner search box to give the tracker something to hang on to. With all of those reflections I'd be happy if I got 20 good frames and then needed to pause and make some adjustments by hand as a reflection passed.
Mocha probably would not be my first choice because you would have to create hold out masks for the reflections then track the rest of the hood that has very little detail. Mocha is fairly easy to learn to use, but I'm not sure that it would be the best choice for eliminating some camera movement.
If we knew what you were trying to accomplish maybe we could give you better suggestions.
I just want to remove the shake caused from driving. Thanks, I'll try a bigger track
If the shake gives you motion blur you're going to have problems making the shot look pristine and you'll have to track the points where the bumps are violent by hand. Warp Stabilizer is probably not going to work very well either because there is not much in the scene that is not moving. How long is the shot you are trying to fix? If it's more than just a few seconds it will take you a very long time to repair the problems caused by a poorly mounted camera.