Formel 1 verstehen: Reifen.

Die Formel 1 ist ein absoluter High-Tech-Sport. Mitglieder des BMW Sauber F1 Teams erklären Ihnen Grundbegriffe und weihen Sie in die Geheimnisse der Technik ein: Willy Rampf, Technischer Direktor des Teams, spricht über die Reifen.

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Understanding Formula One: Tyres.

Formula One is truly a high-tech sport. Members of the BMW Sauber F1 Team explain some basic terms and let you into some of the technical secrets: Willy Rampf, the teams Technical Director, speaks about tyres.

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Formel 1 verstehen: Boxenstopp.

Die Formel 1 ist ein absoluter High-Tech-Sport. Mitglieder des BMW Sauber F1 Teams erklären Ihnen Grundbegriffe und weihen Sie in die Geheimnisse der Technik ein: Nick Heidfeld spricht über den Boxenstopp.

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Zrozumieć Formułę 1: Pit Stop.

Formuła 1 to ultranowoczesny sport. Członkowie BMW Sauber F1 Team wyjaśniają podstawowe pojęcia i uchylają rąbka tajemnicy o sekretach technologii: Robert Kubica opowiada o pit stopach.

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Understanding Formula One: Pit Stop.

Formula One is truly a high-tech sport. Members of the BMW Sauber F1 Team explain some basic terms and let you into some of the technical secrets: Nick Heidfeld and Robert Kubica speaks about pit stops.

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BMW Sauber F1 Team: A lap of Monza.

Heavy braking such as for the first chicane is a feature of Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, and punishes brakes and tyres to the absolute maximum. In 2007 Nick Heidfeld finished fourth here, with team-mate Robert Kubica coming fifth. See Monza from the cockpit, just as Nick and Robert experience the circuit.

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14th years old Robert Kubica

Interview from 1998 year with 14th years old Robert Kubica for polish tv channel Wizja TV.
Interview in polish language.
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Robert Kubica – Under control

Robert Kubica, what a brilliant control.

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M.Schumacher & Coulthard crash in Belgium 98

M. Schumacher & D. Coulthard crash in Belgium 98
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Middle finger of David Coulthard

David Coulthard shows his middle finger to Schumacher at the Magny-Cours track
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