why doesn’t the FOM try something really crazy like that.
FOM usually doesn’t keep up with technology, only switching when something is proven and reliable. That being said, I’m sure the main US series had this technology ready years ago.
I’d much prefer teams having to run a number of cameras, both forward and backward looking, a helmet cam (which we hardly see these days) and sideway cameras. This is a little slow, but they used it nicely on Raikkonen in a corner, but it’s more of a scenery thing than a racing thing. Maybe it’d be nice on the Caterhams and Marussia’s?
I did consider Google glass also @mnmracer but I think it’s a bit too distant for now. Give it a few years and I think the drivers could be using heads-up displays like Iron Man and having cameras almost directly on their line of sight too ;)
@sigman1998@magnificent-geoffrey To think Ferrari was originaly planned to use it the entire weekend but they had it remove after friday because it was effecting the aerodynamics of the car in negative way…
Ferrrari/Alonso dodged the bullet twice this weekend!! ;-)