We’re continuing our look at Formula E’s archive of 360 degree content today with another selection of videos as we look to add more to the ones we featured on Monday, not to mention those that we have featured previously on Li360. Most notably the video where someone somersaulted over a Formula E car as it drove at them. We ended part one with Sam Bird driving (well, being escorted is probably the right words) down The Strip in Las Vegas.
This time around we’ve got some beginnings and ends of races as well as some behind the scenes event footage.
Onboard Demo Of the New Formula E Car In 360º
“Sit onboard the Formula E car with driver Michael Benyahia at the Marrakesh street demo.”
Formula E 360° Moments: Marrakesh Race Start
“We give you an unique insight into the world of Formula E with our 360 Moments. This week we take a look at the start of the first Formula E race held in Africa!”
Formula E 360° Moments: Marrakesh ePrix Podium
“Stand on the podium and watch the drivers celebrate the results of the Marrakesh ePrix!”
Formula E 360° Moments: Hong Kong ePrix Race Start
“Watch the cars race off up at the gantry where the race lights are controlled!”
Formula E 360° Moments: Hong Kong ePrix First Corner
“Watch the cars race into the first corner at the Hong Kong ePrix, some drivers making contact and others jumping up the field!”
Formula E 360° Moments: HKT Hong Kong Podium
“We give you an unique insight into the world of Formula E with our 360 Moments. This week we experience the joy of the season opener podium celebration at the sold-out Hong Kong ePrix.”
DS Virgin Garage Tour With Sam Bird And Nicki Shields
“Nicki Shields shows you round the DS Virgin Racing garage with the help of Sam Bird, in our first 360° video tour!”
ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport Pit Stop
“The pit stop changeover can be the difference between winning and losing. With Lucas Di Grassi leading the Paris ePrix, experience the pressure and tension in a unique 360 video as we step inside the ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport garage.”
That’s all for today’s Li360 on VRFocus, but there’ll be more, of course, very soon.