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Helmet camera Russell gives unique view of sprint race start

Years ago, at David Coulthard 's farewell race, there was an experiment going on: the helmet camera, where we really see the race from the driver's point of view. The camera point of view is now back in the helmet of George Russell. Coulthard didn't make it past the first corner at the 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix, but fortunately we can enjoy Russell's footage for a little longer. It doesn't give much of an overview, but it does show how close the drivers are at the start. Read more Verstappen needs to look in his mirrors: 'Didn't have the pace'. The internet responds: 'We kept it clean and we're set well for tomorrow' Video player More videos
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