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Here's What It's Like To Be In The Cockpit Of An Indycar

Image: YouTube/The RACER Channel
Image: YouTube/The RACER Channel

It’s not often that we get to see exactly what an Indycar driver sees when they’re driving at over 200 mph. Fortunately, through the magic of the internet and a video by RACER, can get a glimpse of what it’s like to drive an Indycar.

This helmet cam footage was captured when Indycar driver Scott Dixon was testing the new windscreen safety equipment on his No. 9 Honda in Phoenix. While the windscreen test didn’t involve them launching any frozen chickens at the screen like an episode of Mythbusters, it’s still cool to live vicariously through a world champion race car driver.


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To be honest it looks like something you could train a chimp to do.