I can’t wait to relive F1’s chaotic driver helmet cams in F1 22 VR

One of the best additions to Formula 1 and global coverage of the sport in recent seasons is the new helmet cam.If you haven’t seen it yet, I suggest you do Fernando Alonso’s lap at Spa last season, or Charles Leclerc’s Bahrain Grand Prix fight with Max Verstappen. There’s no better example I’ve seen of an F1 driver’s ability than watching a camera on a driver’s helmet tear a chaotic high-speed car from a car.

Constant mirror checks, the sun on the sun visor, and the wheel interface shining in your face – that’s the experience of an F1 driver so far, despite the time it takes me to hit the lap, I actually Never experienced it on-game. I tend to focus on which racing wheel is best for immersion and feedback, and I’ve missed a lot of the actual feeling of tossing a car around a track at hundreds of kilometers per hour, rain or shine.