VISOR CAM: Scott Dixon Windscreen Test at ISM Raceway: 26 комментариев

  • 10.02.2018 в 17:51
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    Anyone else find this video pretty cool but is just totally fascinated by the beautiful sunset behind the stands. No, just me? Ok.

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  • 10.02.2018 в 18:06
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    open wheel become close wheel, what's next?? racing indoor?? to avoid rain and hot??

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  • 10.02.2018 в 20:06
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    I'd prefer the windscreen way much towards the HALO, and in dry conditions it should be working, but what do you do with rain to hold the screen area clean and not to risk safety coming from visuality constrictions etc.)?

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  • 10.02.2018 в 21:24
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    This looks fantastic. Not much visual distortion at all.
    Amazing how F1 mucked this up, really not that complex.

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  • 11.02.2018 в 01:00
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    Indycar! You keep nailing stuff like this!

    Mess around and you'll make F1 sweat bullets in no time!

    (But seriously, this is a WAY better implementation to protect the driver's head from debris, and unlike that half-arsed Halo idea, this actually protects the driver from ALL items that could nail the drivers on the noggin', big or small. Great work Indycar!)

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  • 11.02.2018 в 05:18
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    Wow! So much quieter with the windscreen. I just watched a Visor Cam video without the windscreen and the difference remarkable!

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  • 11.02.2018 в 11:13
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    Much better than the F1 solution, just to let you know, the car designs looking better as well as this have convinced me to switch to watching indycar for the 2018 season, keep up the good decisions!

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  • 11.02.2018 в 15:22
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    Way better than that awful Halo …. I wonder if they could even turn this thing into a HUD …. that would be cool.

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  • 11.02.2018 в 16:35
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    Throw some giant tear-offs on it and lets go racing. As with anything new, the longer you use it, the less you'll complain about it.

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  • 11.02.2018 в 20:28
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    F1 probably didn't want this type of aeroscreen because IndyCar probably only pay $10k and F1 want to justify $100k cost for a similar one. Think about it F1 wings cost about $250k (if I recall correctly), IndyCar wings cost $20k. It's the same carbon fiber; maybe slightly lighter in F1. F1 is over priced tech all over. I still watch it, not as much IndyCar.

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  • 12.02.2018 в 04:07
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    So cool ….. From the visor cam there's only a tiny bit of distortion on some of the green LED lights on the side of the track

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