This week's Formula 1 Podium Picks - Presented by Podium Life
Lewis Hamilton teaches a course on Masterclass, Tag Heuer brings back F1 Chronographs and more... Find out what lifestyle pieces made it to the F1 Grid this week.
Our friends over at Podium Life have their fingers on the pulse of all things F1 culture, gear and lifestyle. Here are five of their favorite things happening in the world of motorsports.
Lewis Hamilton Teaches a Winning Mindset
Is there anyone more fitting to conduct a MasterClass on Formula 1 than the racing legend Lewis Hamilton himself?
As the most victorious F1 driver ever, Hamilton offers an insider’s perspective on what it’s like to maneuver a racing car at breakneck speeds of 200 mph, emphasizing the vital connection between driver and machine. Take a look at the contents of Lewis Hamilton's Class, here.
Monogrip’s Ayrton Senna Legend Limited Edition 18K Rose Gold Bracelet
Crafted from 18-karat rose gold, this exclusive bracelet incorporates genuine tyre material used by Ayrton Senna during his triumphant race at the 1993 European Grand Prix at Donington Park. This inaugural Legend Limited Edition bracelet from MONGRIP is available in a symbolic collection of 161 pieces, each representing a Formula 1 race in which Senna participated. Check out the bracelet here.
Tag Heuer’s Brightly Colored Formula 1 Chronographs Return
Infused with the exhilarating spirit of auto racing, the TAG Heuer Formula 1 watch marries a dynamic brushed dial with high-performance chronograph counters and striking dial features. It’s a perfect match for those fueled by the rush of speed. Check out this returning line of watches.
Serial Entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk Discusses Motorsports
Podium Life grabbed time with Vaynerchuk to discuss motorsports, media and F1, marketing and attending the Indy 500. Check out their interview to find out his takes on the future of motorsports in the United States here.
Race Weekend Essentials: Formula 1 Commentator And Williams Heritage Driver Karun Chandhok
Not only is he an 11-time Grand Prix starter, but inside the industry Karun Chandhok has become one of the most well-respected analytical commentators working in Formula 1 right now. The ex-HRT and Lotus F1 driver had a diverse career including Formula E and Le Mans too, and as part of his commentary role with Sky Sports F1 in the UK, he’s driven modern F1 cars as well as his outings for Williams Heritage steering some of the brand’s most famous, classic – and valuable! – cars. Check out Karun's interview here.
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