FanAmp Fan Favorites | F1 | Week of March 3, 2024

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Sainz preps for 2024 season with Dolomite adventure

Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz sought to whip himself into top form for the 2024 season and be the man to beat. To achieve this, he filled his days before heading back to Maranello with skiing, snowshoeing, and climbing in the Dolomites alongside team 55. Starting with a workout session, Sainz then hit the slopes with his teammates.

Team Torque with Williams

Williams’ racing duo, Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant, chat about the upcoming race, answer fan questions, and have a casual conversation as they gear up for the new season. Albon kicks off by asking Sargeant what he’s been up to lately. Sargeant confesses to feeling a mix of emotions and shares his efforts to improve his golf swing during the off-season.

Being Lando Norris for 24 hours

Formula One isn’t just a test of physical endurance; it’s equally demanding mentally. F1 drivers have intense training routines that might surprise you. When Norris invited his friends to Monaco to try his routine for a day, they realized how tough it was. But how long can they keep up?

Ferrari duo in quickfire games

Check out Ferrari’s first C² Challenge of 2024 as Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz tackle some quickfire games featuring hasty texts, frantic hunts for pens and singing. At one point, they had to sign their names on a piece of paper. While Sainz searched for a pen, Leclerc was already set and won the challenge.

What drivers drove to Bahrain

Which Formula 1 driver arrived in the most luxurious car at the 2024 Bahrain GP? There was quite a mix of vehicles in the F1 drivers’ car park at the Bahrain International Circuit this year, from budget Chinese 4WDs to high-end Aston Martins and Ferraris. Interestingly, one of the nicest cars at the event wasn’t driven by an F1 driver, but by the Prince of Bahrain.

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