What's better than watching an F1 race on TV and only slightly worse than witnessing it live? A full race on board with natural V12 noise, of course.
The 1989 F1 season and particularly its Portuguese Grand Prix was famous for a bunch of firsts and lasts, and also - given it being the 80s-, ever-improving broadcasting technology meant more and more TV cameras on board.
How exactly a complete onboard footage of an F1 race from 1989 made it to the Internet is a mystery to me, nevertheless you can now enjoy the Portuguese Grand Prix from next to the cockpit of race winner Gerhard Berger in his V12-powered Ferrari F1 car.
And this is what the TV audience saw 25 years ago:
image source: f1-photo.com