Already, there have been a number of surprising insights from Kanaan’s time in the shirt during races and training this season. “We built a dashboard for Tony,” says Mayank Gandhi, director of Information Management and Analytics at NTT Data. For example, when Tony’s steering, he has to brace his body to counteract the G-forces of cornering the car, which can reach as high as 5 Gs. Welling explains, “We have GPS and these guys build a track map. You can analyze later the acceleration and couple that with the shirt analysis.” One of the bigger takeaways is that when Kanaan goes around a corner, he holds his breath for about two seconds. “You can correlate lateral Gs to the driver holding his breath,” Welling says. The lack of oxygen and the stress of bracing his body shows on the EMG data—where it blurs, it indicates growing fatigue.