So, what can you do when you are not having success with your Formula 1 cars? Well, logically, you will be trying to develop new technologies that will help you obtain better results. Of course, logic is not always the path people take.

For example, let’s take Sauber F1. They didn’t score any impressive results as of late, so what have they been doing for the past two years? The Sauber F1 Team mechanics have been using their downtime to slice a Formula 1 racing car lengthwise with the precision of true craftsmen. Chief Designer Matt Morris quite literally gets underneath the skin of the F1 car, pointing out where and how the individual components are located within the chassis. Everything is packed in pretty tightly. Sergio Perez is also on hand to demonstrate the driver’s seating position.

We don’t exactly get the point of all this, so check out the video and enlighten us.


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  (347) posted on 06.13.2012

It’s unforgivable if they spent their time fussing over something unworthy, but this is actually deserving of such great preparations.

  (592) posted on 06.11.2012

It’s only good that they’ve taken their time to produce something awe-striking.

  (797) posted on 06.8.2012

Wow, I never knew that they could come up with such strategy. No wonder they took too long in the process.

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