Cockpit cameras changed the game when they were first introduced to motorsport – but Formula E has gone one step further.
The Marrakesh E-Prix airs on BBC Two this Saturday, and viewers will be taken inside the minds of drivers on the circuit thanks to Driver’s Eye.
The innovative new feature places a camera inside every driver’s helmet, meaning you see exactly what they see as they blaze around the tarmac.
It’s a no holds barred experience with the 8mm camera detecting every bump and vibration from the cockpit – you feel what the driver feels.
The tiny 2.5-gram piece of kit is placed behind the visor in a world’s first for FIA-sanctioned single-seater racing.
To experience Driver’s Eye, tune in to BBC Two for the 45-minute long Marrakesh E-Prix this Saturday.