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Drivers eye: This is how you can see what the driver sees during the race

Cameras can be everywhere in Formula 1. But Formula E has found a way to get 'one-up' on F1 by adding this very unique camera called drivers eye. It allows you to see exactly what the driver can see on the track.  Formula E introduced the Drivers Eye system during the Chile e-Prix. The camera sits inside the helmet and you can see through the visor. As a result of this, we can see that during the e-Prix of Santiago Felipe Massa looks around a lot during a race, where others are working more from turn to turn. It is a unique experience for the viewer. Would you like to see something like this in Formula 1?  Read more Bottas remains unsurprised by Verstappen's contract...
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