What Does It Really Look Like To Drive An F1 Car?

Helmet-cams are always imperfect — mounted a few inches above or to the side of a driver's eyes. Lucas di Grassi drove with one eye covered by a camera to let you see exactly what he sees driving an F1 car. » 7/16/12 2:20pm 7/16/12 2:20pm

Watch an F1 circuit through a driver's helmet-cam

In-car cameras have come a long way since John Frankenheimer rigged up a gyrostabilized mount to get the feel of Monza's banking in Grand Prix, but despite a multitude of creative placements on the car they've never really gotten the perspective of the driver just right. Until now. » 10/19/11 4:30pm 10/19/11 4:30pm

Jerome d’Ambrosio Gets Second Seat at Virgin Racing

Jerome d'Ambrosio replaces the unimpressive Lucas di Grassi in the second seat alongside Timo Glock at Virgin Racing for 2011. [AnF1Blog] » 12/21/10 7:45am 12/21/10 7:45am