Helmet-mounted video cameras, or helmet cams for short, have changed the way we view motorsport as clearly evidenced by the following footage shot within racing driver Tommy Milner’s Chevrolet Corvette C6.R at the recent Grand Prix of Baltimore in the US. The car driven by Milner is based around the 2012 Chevrolet Corvette which produces 430 horsepower in base spec and up to 638 horsepower in the supercharged Corvette ZR1.

Many motorsports around the world already have cameras fitted within the cockpits of many racing cars, but the difference with this video is that Milner had a small camera mounted to his helmet and its helps give us mere mortals an exclusive and terrifying look at what a racing driver in an award-winning racing car sees at the top of sixth gear down the straights and the extreme speed which is carried through many corners.

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