British Le Mans race car driver Ed Morris took to the Silverstone Circuit to pilot a 505-horsepower Alfa Romeo Giulia with its windows completely darkened around the course. While driving the track, he was fed directions and orders from a chase car that hung directly behind the red Alfa sedan the entire time. The goal set by Alfa was to lap the track in one minute and 44 seconds—the same time Nino Farina set when he set the lap record in 1951 at the British Grand Prix in an Alfa Romeo 159B.
Following some practice, by the end of the video, Morris lapped the 1.64-mile track in 1:44.2. And remember—that was without looking.