If you have ever wondered what it looks like out the front windshield of the Corvette C7.R as it thunders around Daytona International Speedway, wonder no more. Co-driver of the No.4 C7.R, Tommy Milner, had a go-pro camera mounted to his helmet during one of his night practice sessions at the Rolex 24 last weekend, giving us a driver’s eye view of the best seat in the house.
The C7.R emits a bellowing roar from its engine as it speeds around the road course at Daytona. Even cooler is watching the C7.R’s Pratt and Miller developed race display as it spots approaching cars and identifies them as either a prototype or GT car using colored arrows.
Tommy Milner, the C7.R and the rest of the Corvette Racing crew will return to TUDOR United Sports Car Championship action on March 19 for the 12 Hours of Sebring. In the meantime, get acquainted with the cockpit of the C7.R by watching the video below.