After that, we will have a meeting to discuss tyre planning, strategy and car training, and the drivers will talk with us about what we need to do in Friday's practice. In addition, the car will be sent to the FIA for inspection on Thursday to ensure that the car is legal.
Friday's meeting is very important because we have accumulated two free practice sessions of data, we can discuss the next strategy, especially the race strategy.
Under the epidemic, how does motorsport survive in adversity?
This is an unprecedented period, with the public being asked to stay at home, all "unnecessary" businesses have entered a shutdown period, any group activities have also been banned, and the British government has taken drastic measures to stop the further spread of the virus.
After the 2020 F1 season was temporarily announced that it would cancel the Australian opening game, the 2020 F1 season was completely shut down, and in the case that there was no way to get revenue from the Grand Prix, Bernie Ecclestone, former chairman of F1 operating group FOM, pointed out in an interview with the Daily Mail that F1 now "may come to a crossroads of survival."
The door closed, but the phone rang, the man who created the modern Formula one car. I asked him if the threat of the virus was the biggest threat to the sport he knew.
Carlos Sainz believes that although Netflix's F1 documentary "Drive to Survive" is "a bit exaggerated" about the rivalry between drivers, it helps to promote the championship.
In the second season of Drive to Survive, which aired at the end of February, there is an episode that focuses on the competition between Sainz and Daniel Ricardo.