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Watch the inside of an F1 car as Sauber cut theirs in half

Sauber Chief Designer Matt Morris gets underneath the skin of an F1 car, pointing out where and how the individual components are located within the chassis, while Sergio Pérez demonstrates the driver's seating position. Video courtesy of Sauber.

(05:05) | May 30, 2012



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