If you've watched any Formula 1 race this year, you'll know viewers are treated to a collection of different graphics and overlays displayed on-screen giving you information about what's happening in the race. There's a side board for driver position and current lap, "F1" and "FIA" logos, as well as pop ups for race incidents like cautions or penalties.
YouTuber was curious to see what these graphic overlays would look like on vintage F1 races of years past. He put together six clips in total, overlaying the same graphics you'd see with today's races with some iconic moments in F1 history. It's incredibly well done, and seems to sync up with that's happening on screen perfectly.
We get to see René Arnoux's costly spin at the 1982 Monaco Grand Prix, the multi-car pile-up in the 1998 Belgian Grand Prix, and Jackie Stewart's microscopically close win at the 1969 Italian Grand Prix all with modern graphics telling us what's happening. Great stuff.