Graham Rahal’s visor cam shows us what it’s like to fly around the track in an Indycar

IndyCar racing is America's preferred open wheel series, combining blinding speed and razor sharp handling on ovals and street courses.  Graham Rahal shows us what that is like - in an unusual and exciting way.

Rahal, the Rolex 24 hour winner who drives for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, strapped on a visor cam as he took his car for a spin around Sebring International.

It's awesome.
IndyCar even included a g-force meter that showed, at one point, Rahal felt three-times the force of gravity as he flew around the track.


And, since we love that view, he's another