Missed out on all the Sunday night action of this weekend’s Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix? While an official replay video might be (annoyingly) hard to come by, you can relive the race in a different way, by scrolling on your smartphone or tablet or PC.
The fun comes from Ferrari’s Inforacing website. As you scroll down the page, you’ll see the drivers’ cars line up on the starting grids, then racing kick off as lights go out. From there, you get a minute-by-minute graphical account of accidents, collisions and tire changes. Each incident is annotated, too, so you can tap on it or hover with your mouse to get an idea of what was going on at the time.
Ferrari has created its Inforacing infographics for every race in the 2015 Formula 1 calendar, and you can view them all — which means you can see the chaos of the Australian GP, or re-enact Monaco, or even watch the China GP if you’re so inclined. And, of course, you can find occasional video clips of Ferrari glory. [Ferrari Formula 1]