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Insta360 cameras take a whirl around Monaco’s Formula One track.

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Insta360 Cameras: Insta360 teamed up with the Automobile Club de Monaco to provide racing fans an exciting journey around the iconic circuit ahead of last Sunday’s F1 Monaco Grand Prix.

The club organized a driver (current F1 star and Monaco native Charles Leclerc) and a car (Niki Lauda’s classic 1974 Ferrari 312B3), while Insta360 donated the cameras (a One X2, a One RS, and a Go 2).

Leclerc pushed the pedal and showed off his driving talents as he hurtled around the tough course with the cameras firmly mounted to different parts of the vehicle.

The stunning footage demonstrates what can be accomplished when breaking neck speed is combined with a slew of strategically placed action cameras.

However, the video starts in a 312B3 with the number “12,” but quickly switches to one with the number “4”, presumably because Leclerc damaged Lauda’s old car when the brakes failed on a corner. Oops! The terrible accident was apparently left out of the film, but you can see it below (look closely and you’ll notice Insta360’s One RS camera attached to the car).

The Monaco Grand Prix is known for its difficult track, which includes the city-small state’s streets and tests drivers’ abilities to the utmost. The clip conveys some of the tight moves that competitors must perform along the course, as well as why overtaking is so difficult for cars.

Insta360 wrote accompanying the video, “Mounted on the car’s nose, side, and rear wing, One X2 and One RS covered all angles, filming the trip in amazing 360.” “The small Go 2 was utilized to get up close and personal with Leclerc as he steered the car around the twisting track, weighing just 27 grams.”

Insta360’s recently released Sphere camera, which is designed to go on a drone rather than a racing car, was noticeably absent from the event.

Leclerc finished fourth in Sunday’s race, driving a more modern Ferrari than the two depicted in the film, while Red Bull’s Sergio Pérez took the lead. Max Verstappen is presently leading the Formula One standings, with Charles Leclerc in second.

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Written by Kingsley odor

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