Former Haas racer Romain Grosjean has revealed the three crucial areas Formula 1 drivers focus on to get their cars set-up perfectly during engineering meetings.
Grosjean made his debut in F1 in 2009 before a three-year spell away. He returned with the Lotus squad in 2012, staying there until the end of 2015 when he departed to lead the new Haas team.
In his career, the Frenchman started 179 races, claiming 10 podiums with a best finish of second in the 2012 Canadian and 2013 United States Grands Prix.
On his YouTube channel, the now-IndyCar racer lifted the lid on what goes on during the engineering meetings drivers have immediately after every session to fettle their machines into the best shape possible for the race.
The Frenchman describes three specific areas which drivers focus on in the video which you can view below...