You have probably heard teams talk about how many employees it takes to operate an F1 team, and how many engineers it takes to run a Formula 1 car on track. We got our Chief Race Engineer Jonathan Eddolls and Head of Vehicle Performance Guillaume Dez
One last Vlog before we all head off for the Summer Shutdown. Daniil Kvyat shares his thoughts on the Hungarian Grand Prix, where he was travelling well until his tyres fell off the cliff. But we'll let him explain it...
After a hectic German GP, we weren't able to catch Alex before he left the circuit to the airport, so we doubled up for a big video before the summer break starting off with joining him in his Honda Civic Type R on the way to the Hungaroring... Enjoy
“Unfortunately, I made a mistake at the last corner where I dipped a wheel onto the grass. Honestly, it was a silly error and just a misjudgment. It certainly wasn’t ideal, but in some ways, it’s better today than in FP3” - @alex_albon on his FP2 cr
This is why we race. Countless hours of studying data, long nights working on the car, always trying to improve... to see the hard work of 500+ team members result in stepping on that podium once again Now our focus turns to Hungary...
Dany was a man in demand after the German GP on Sunday and rushed from the circuit straight home to meet his newborn baby. He was kind enough to film his amazing race, which gave Toro Rosso its second podium in Formula 1!
Thanks to all our friends in Honda! Today was the day in which all the efforts and difficulty we experienced since last year has been paid off. We’ll walk together to hig