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Lucas di Grassi has become mildly famous now for his helmet camera videos on YouTube. His most recent video has a camera mounted at the driver’s eye-level, which makes for interesting viewing. However, I have no idea how accurate this really is
Ummmm, more please! The camera has got to be just an inch or two too low, but maybe not? The sound is phenomenal.
I’ve seen a few different versions of these on YouTube. This one certainly looks like a good angle and great quality.
Great Quality and sound – No wonder Grosjean Kept crashing if you can’t actually see over the steering wheel!
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