Jean Alesi's Ferrari 312B3 was fitted with an Insta 360 One X 2 camera for the Monaco Grand Prix Historique over the weekend, allowing the capture of some pretty incredible footage from unique angles.
This video shows what a real life computer game angle could look like, with the camera taking the position of a 'chase' position behind the rear wing. Just like we raced on Formula 1 '97, back in the day..
Alesi was at the wheel of an ex-Niki Lauda Ferrari from 1974 for last weekend's Historic Grand Prix at Monaco.
The French driver started second for the race, taking the lead at the start, but crashed out with two laps to go as he was tagged by the chasing Lotus of polesitter Marco Werner.
Check out the video below!