Formula One: The Inside Story – Mercedes AMG Petronas

Mercedes AMG Petronas have dominated the 2016 season to date. In the first half of the season the only real threat to their dominance has been themselves. At the Spanish Grand Prix in May this year, every team’s worst nightmare came to pass. Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg collided on the opening lap of the race immediately eliminating each other.  How do a team move on from that?

They just move on.

In this exclusive film from the UBS Formula 1 team, the Mercedes AMG Petronas team talk candidly about the direct and immediate impact the incident had on the team, and much more importantly how they refocus and move on to the Monaco Grand Prix.

It’s incredible to think that a team of 850 people are behind those two cars we see on track every other weekend. F1 is the ultimate team sport! Team members can spend as much as 200 days a year on the road, sacrificing family life and personal time for the benefit of the team. Their commitment and dedication is relentless.

For an enthusiast, such as myself, focused on the commerical side of motorsport, UBS Formula 1 provide excellent insight into the way in which the Mercedes team prepare for Monaco as a business and how the team are constantly benchmarking themselves against not only other teams on the grid, but other racing series and other sports. We get to hear from Nico Rosberg’s management team in the form of Georg Nolte, who talks through his role and how he and Nico work together in every aspect of his performance both on and off the track.

What I found most impressive about this film was the genunie sense of pride the team take in their success. They are building a legacy, every member of the team is proud be part of the Silver Arrows.

For more exclusive UBS Formula 1 content follow this link

and if the team are looking for a guest to sit in the W07 during pit stop practice in Monza or Spa, give me call!

 

 

 

 

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