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Driving a Formula One car looks fantastically easy when you're perched on the couch, drink in one hand and bag of chips in the other. F1 drivers Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher explain otherwise.
During practice sessions at the Race of Champions, professional drivers race the Tesla Roadster.
Michael Schumacher and Bacardi demonstrate the dangers of drunk driving.
Last week, at the Melbourne Formula One Grand Prix, we spoke to Lisa Lilley, Shell's technology manager for Ferrari, about how Shell formulates the fuel and lubricants that it supplies to the Ferrari F1 race team.
Car Tech proves decisive in Ferrari's Formula One penalty
Dieter Gundel, head of racetrack electronics at Ferrari, says all strategy decisions are based on computer simulations.