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

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.

Amazing.

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

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