Modern race cars are far removed from the days of old. There was time where traction control consisted of your right foot, every car had three pedals, and computers didn’t even exist. My, how things have changed. Modern, high-end racers are equipped with exponentially more computing power than man used to get to the moon. There are hybrid drivetrains, traction control, multi-level ABS systems, active aerodynamics, adjustable suspensions and more, and all of this technology needs to be managed and controlled. To get an idea of how much work that really takes, Porsche has given us a quick look and overview of the steering wheel it has fitted inside its all-new 919 LMP1 Le Mans racer. It is pretty amazing.