Behind the visor.
Suzuka, home of the Japanese Grand Prix, is one of the most challenging circuits in the world. Its winding corners, narrow track and tricky curves make it a true thrill for any driver.
It is a circuit that demands absolute precision and complete concentration. Full focus.
In the wet, as was the case in last year's Japanese Grand Prix, those demands only become amplified even further.
Pedro, who raced at Suzuka six times during his storied Formula One career, as well as in Japan's top-level national championships, reveals exactly what it takes to master the legendary Japanese circuit and what it's like – and what it takes – to find the limit behind the wheel.
Driver and car in perfect harmony.
Pedro de la Rosa on the mindset of the driver, instinct behind the wheel, and what it takes master one of the toughest circuits in the world.
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