F1 Social Stint | Grosjean on what it means to be an F1 driver

30-03-2020 06:50 | Updated: 05-04-2020 18:31
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F1 Social Stint | Grosjean on what it means to be an F1 driver

The Grands Prix of Australia, China, Vietnam, Bahrain, the Netherlands, Spain, Monaco and Azerbaijan have been cancelled/ postponed, but that should not spoil the fun. The Formula 1 drivers are now filling their time with other things. In F1 Social Stint you'll find everything that keeps drivers and teams busy during the extra break preceding the F1 season.

Grosjean on what it means to be an F1 driver

Romain Grosjean has been driving Formula 1 for quite some time now and is one of the most experienced drivers on the grid. Since 2016 the Frenchman has been driving for the team of Haas F1, which then entered Formula 1 for the first time. Grosjean tells the camera what it means to him to be an F1 driver.

Alonso helps UNICEF in the fight against the coronavirus

Fernando Alonso was always known in Formula 1 as the man with a big mouth, but outside the car Fernando also has a huge heart. He invests a lot in go-karting youth in Spain, but also gives a lot to charity. As an ambassador of UNICEF, the two-time Formula 1 world champion now gives some extra and his contribution alone provides 300,000 mouthpieces.

Alfa Romeo knows the solution during the coronavirus: #garagetime

Now that the coronavirus is spreading all over the world, the streets are deserted and everyone has to stay inside as much as possible. This also applies to Formula 1 and Alfa Romeo has developed the new name for it. Whether the hashtag trending will be we have to wait and see, but for F1 at least it is #garagetime.

Formula 1 back in time with singing Alonso

Fernando Alonso has been known in recent years as a great talent with too big a mouth and wrong career choices, but there was a time when the Spaniard was the big man in F1. In 2005 Fernando could be heard singing over the onboard radio. A moment he, but also Renault, will not soon forget.


Stroll 'satisfies' with ten world titles

Lance Stroll is not listed as the greatest talent in Formula 1 and seems to be mainly present in F1 as the son of billionaire and owner of Racing Point: Lawrence Stroll. However, Lance himself has the greatest ambitions. In a new video he says, of course with a sarcastic undertone, that he will settle for ten world titles.

Hamilton supports, but also gets a lot of support

Lewis Hamilton was the first to speak openly in Australia about the bizarre situation of Formula 1. Where the whole world was stopped by the coronavirus, F1 went on. Even now Lewis is still very concerned about all the people at home and he is also busy staying strong himself.

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