As if driving an IndyCar wasn’t hard enough, drivers also have to control their vehicle using what is essentially a ridiculously high-tech, souped-up version of a Nintendo Switch.

Retired NASCAR and IndyCar driver Danica Patrick was in the broadcast booth for Sunday’s Indianapolis 500 and Indianapolis Motor Speedway. And the 37-year-old made an immediate impact, providing an educational lesson on the intricacies of the IndyCar steering wheel.

Check out this madness:

Yeah, that’s a video game controller.

In addition to offering her expertise and analysis, Patrick also pumped out a series of worthwhile Instagram posts while at IMS. She also shared the broadcast booth with Dale Earnhardt Jr., who attended the Indy 500 for the first time.

Thumbnail photo via Mike DiNovo/USA TODAY Sports Images