Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) applications have become a standard component of smartphone culture, and this to the great benefit of the race experience. The crowd at Le Mans is handed cardboard headsets. Here they can track the races with (subtle) visual aids. A simple but effective virtual interface guides new viewers through the mechanics and legacy of the race and the backgrounds of its contenders, making the sport more accessible to the broader audience. The technology also allows the personal aspect back into the race, raising awareness of pilot’s track record, and his or her closest competitors.
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