Williams F1 development driver Alex Lynn demonstrates to Tom Clarkson what it takes to stay fit and strong in order to be a successful driver, and explains that it was Michael Schumacher who really began the fitness revolution in Formula 1.
Williams development driver Alex Lynn explains to BBC Sport’s Tom Clarkson what it’s like to drive in the rain in an F1 car.
Head of Mercedes-Benz Motorsport Toto Wolff gives us the low down on the 2016 Spanish Grand Prix quali session. He then takes us behind the scenes to show how the team relax during a race weekend.
Daniel Ricciardo completes a single installation lap with Red Bull’s new ‘aeroscreen’ canopy.
In 2011, 19-year-old Nic Hamilton dreamed of following his brother Lewis into motor racing, we meet Nic’s team.
It’s the Russian Grand Prix and, of course, Dany Kvyat is the star attraction at his home race. As such Dany spent Wednesday meeting the press and, given the location, continued his tradition of sampling the venues created for the XXII Winter Games by learning all things Bobsleigh.
Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr give you an update ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix. Plus: learn about our drivers’ tyre choices for this race. Find session times – including our “My Time” converter, facts & figures as well as a cool satellite view of the track on our website!
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Formula 1 driver Felipe Nasr changed his race suit for a business suit and dressed up as a bank clerk. While pretending to take care of their enquiries, he checks the unsuspecting clients’ knowledge about himself, the Sauber F1 Team and F1 in general.
After a very tense Russian Grand Prix in Sochi, the Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team has now won the World Constructors’ Championship for the second year in a row. Unfortunately Nico Rosberg retired from yesterday’s race which put the pressure on Lewis Hamilton to finish ahead of the Ferrari duo. Lewis held on to the lead of the race winning it by some margin, however the finishing positions of the Ferraris meant Mercedes F1 missed out on sealing the Championship in Russia. However, in a strange twist of fate, Kimi Raikkonen crashed into Valtteri Bottas in the last moments of the Grand Prix which later earned him a 30 second time penalty which then meant Mercedes AMG Petronas were champions once more! #wonmoretime