INSIDER: How does an F1 mechanic's job vary during a race weekend?
It's not just the race cars in the garages that need to be well-maintained, but plenty of spare parts that are kept ready to be used throughout a race weekend. Lewis O'Brien, Floating Trackside Mechanic, explains more.
The unpredictability of a race weekend means that things can change at a moment's notice, both on and off the track. Keeping any spare parts maintained and making sure they're all on standby in case they need replacing ensures that the team is ready to make any changes or upgrades as efficiently as possible.
We join Lewis O'Brien, Floating Trackside Engineer for Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One™ Team, as he explains his role in looking after the spare parts of the AMR22 during a race weekend.
How does an F1 mechanic's job vary during a race weekend?
Watch as Lewis O'Brien, Floating Trackside Mechanic, explains how he plays a crucial role in preparing spare parts during a race weekend.
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