There is no lack of on-board camera angles in Formula 1, but the emergence of the driver's eye cam has undeniably taken the viewing experience to the next level for fans.
It's the ultimate vantage point from which to witness a driver at work while taking in the scenery at breathtaking speeds amid the howling engine and wind noise.
Romain Grosjean's driver's eye cam at Laguna Seca in his Dale Coyne Racing Dallara IndyCar which we published last week garnered a fair amount of interest.
So here's another thrilling on-board eavesdropping, this time with AlphaTauri rookie Yuki Tsunoda as he put the Faenza-based squad's new AT02 charger through its paces during the team's recent shakedown run at Imola.
The cockpit's dash and readouts were deliberately blurred by the team to preserve the new car's processes and data, but the concealment takes nothing away from the amazing experience of viewing the lap through Yuki's eyes.