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Infographic: This is how F1 teams travel around the world

2017-08-05 15:16

Image: AP

England - Have you ever wondered how F1 teams manage to move from race to race?

Storagecentres.co.uk has a created cool infographic explaining the routines of F1 teams as they travel around the world.

Stripped down and stored

Soon after a race, cars are gathered in the pit lane for inspection to check if teams haven't done anything illegal to gain an unfair advantage.

Thereafter, the cars are strategically stripped down and stored away for shipping. Trucks that courier the parts are specifically designed to each constructors requirements.

Travelling, rebuilding phase

The graphic further explains how the car and various components travel via chartered planes across the world before being ready to assemble for the next race.


Storagecentres.co.uk

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