Ever wondered what it’s like to be Jenson Button for a day? We’re giving two lucky fans (plus guests) the chance to #GetIn the McLaren Technology Centre for an exclusive tour of McLaren’s Formula 1 HQ. Once you’ve watched the average (well, relatively average) day of Jenson in the video above, head over to McLaren’s official Facebook page or Twitter handle and simply tell us us your ‘greatest ever…
What does a collector look for in a Ferrari? This issue, we learn the answer to this and other fascinating questions from Prancing Horse collector Jon Shirley whose cars include the 1954 375 MM Scaglietti Coupé that won Best of Show at the prestigious Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance at the exclusive Carmel golf club last August. Che cosa cerca un collezionista nella Ferrari?
Ever wondered what goes on behind the doors of McLaren HQ? Here’s your chance to #GetIn the McLaren Technology Centre for a money-can’t-buy chance to live like Jenson Button for the day in one of the most technologically advanced facilities in motorsport. To enter head over to the official McLaren Facebook and Twitter pages and tell us your greatest ever F1 ‘Get In’ moment
Join Lewis and Nico on set for the stunning HUGO BOSS partnership launch photo shoot! Welcome to the MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS family #HugoBoss! —— Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to never miss any of our exclusive videos!
Lewis Hamilton guides us through a lap of the legendary Suzuka Circuit – home to the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix – in the Formula One simulator. The latest episode of a brand new race preview series from PETRONAS MOTORSPORTS, watch out for more throughout the 2014 season! —— Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to never miss any of our exclusive videos!
Japanese Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg into ‘most intense phase of season’, claims Toto Wolff
In the next episode of his 2014 Grand Prix preview series, Nico Rosberg shares his thoughts on the unique challenges of the legendary Suzuka circuit… —— Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to never miss any of our exclusive videos! +MercedesAMGF1
Soaking up Suzuka! Our drivers clearly relish their annual visit to Japan. Feeding off the enthusiasm from the Japanese fans, and enjoying the challenges of the circuit, for Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg the Japanese Grand Prix is always a BIG TIME experience
A few hundred fans, visiting Maranello today, transformed what was a planned outing into a tribute to the President, Luca di Montezemolo. The Caprino Bergamasco branch of the Scuderia Ferrari Club, the one with the most members of any Ferrari club in the world, made a point of bringing along the giant heart flag, that features the Scuderia Ferrari logo. It is now a regular feature of the Monza Grand Prix and today, it was unfurled at the factory entrance in Via Abetone, as the fans shouted out “Thank you President, you will always be in our hearts.” The sentiment was aimed at the man who has contributed more than anyone to Ferrari’s success, with 14 world titles won in the past 15 years and no less than 118 races won during his Presidency.
It’s in Asia, it’s name starts with an “S,” and it also boasts a Big Wheel overlooking the track, but that’s where the similarities between Formula 1’s last appointment in Singapore and its next one in Suzuka begin and end. While Singapore is a tricky, twisty street circuit, Suzuka is one of the finest examples of a true road course, with fast flowing turns, mixed in with a few idiosyncratic corners like the never-ending hairpin and the final chicane. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
Está en Asia, su nombre empieza por “S” y tiene una gran noria con vistas a la pista, pero los parecidos entre Singapur, donde se ha disputado el último Gran Premio de Fórmula 1, y Suzuka, donde se correrá el siguiente este domingo, terminan aquí. Mientras que Singapur es un circuito urbano complicado y revirado, Suzuka es uno de los mejores ejemplos de trazados permanentes, con curvas de alta velocidad combinadas con algunas otras de carácter peculiar, como la horquilla que nunca termina o última chicane. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
Si trova in Asia, il suo nome comincia per “S” ed ha anche una grande ruota panoramica con vista sul tracciato. Le similitudini tra Singapore, dove si è disputato lo scorso Gran Premio di Formula 1, e Suzuka, dove domenica si correrà il prossimo, si fermano tuttavia qui. Singapore, infatti, è un tracciato cittadino tortuoso e insidioso, mentre Suzuka è uno dei migliori esempi di circuito permanente, con curve da alta velocità mescolate ad alcune altre che sono peculiari, come l’infinito tornantino e la chicane conclusiva
In 2014, MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team drivers Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton are demonstrating road safety facts in a new and unusual way! In this clip, Nico and Lewis discuss the importance of avoiding distractions on the road. Check out the Allianz Road Safety page for more
Lewis Hamilton looking forward to ‘battle’ with Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg at Japanese Grand Prix
3D animated video by Pirelli describing Suzuka circuit from a tyre point of view.