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The juggling act that makes up an F1 team principal’s weekend – Autosport

Mike Krack undergoes a track walk with Sebastian Vettel and team members
Photo by: Zak Mauger / Motorsport Images
Not all team principals join the regular Thursday evening track walks but they’re a great bonding exercise. Since the TP carries responsibility for the team’s results, back at the factory their days are dominated by meetings with various heads of department. Here at the track is where that has to be translated into action, and exploring the circuit at ground level can reveal nuances you don’t see on TV.
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