IndyCar: Great in-helmet footage showcases what it's like driving car at high speed

We’ve seen more and more shots and footage provided from inside the helmets of racing drivers this year and IndyCar is in on the act.

Formula 1 has shown off what it’s like to be taking part in a qualifying session or a race with some great, behind-the-visor footage this season and it’s allowing fans an opportunity to get about as close as it gets to actually driving one of the cars themselves.

Over the pond, IndyCar is doing the same and this footage from driver Dalton Kellett underlines just how quickly those cars can shift, too, as well as the bumps they feel along the way.

Shot at Iowa Speedway in the US, Kellett takes in a handful of laps at high speed and shared the footage on his Twitter account:

You get a real sensation of what it’s like to actually drive one of these machines at high speed with the sound as well as the visual cues.

It’s interesting seeing how Kellett has to slightly steer the steering wheel to the right when on the straights, too, owing to the fact the car is set up to slightly crab left, in order to get around the corners quicker.

It’s great footage, and hopefully there’s plenty more to come as technology keeps getting better and better.

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