Romain Grosjean has revealed what happens at engineering debriefs, shedding light on how F1 racers try to gain an advantage.
The three key areas Formula 1 racers concentrate on to get their vehicles set up precisely in engineering meetings have been highlighted by former Haas driver Romain Grosjean.
In 2009, Grosjean made his Formula One start. He then took a three-year break. In 2012, he joined the Lotus team again, and he remained there until the end of 2015, when he left to take over the new Haas team.
The Frenchman completed 179 races during his career and finished on the podium 10 times, with his best finishes coming in the 2012 Canadian and 2013 United States Grands Prix.
The current IndyCar driver spoke up on what happens in the engineering meetings racers have right after every session to get their cars in the best possible condition for the race on his YouTube channel.
In the video, which you can watch below, the Frenchman outlines three particular areas that drivers pay attention to.
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