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Pedal cam is back after a 22-year hiatus

Pedal cam returned to Formula 1 on Friday, Lando Norris' McLaren MCL36 fitted with the camera aimed at his feet. The camera angle returned to F1 after a 22-year absence, Norris' feet providing the footage of footwork in the cockpit. 'This is another in a line of innovations we have introduced to our broadcasts that bring fans closer to the action,' said Dean Locke, the director of broadcast and media at F1. 'F1 drivers are completing a number of complex tasks simultaneously at speeds of up to 200mph during a race, and this camera angle – alongside innovations such as helmet cam – will help our fans to understand the challenges of being in the cockpit. 'Having this on Lando’s car...
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