RACE DEBRIEF

    The revolutionary 2022 cars have hit the track in anger as the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix weekend got under way – with Williams’ Nicholas Latifi giving fans a very special insight into life behind the wheel of these ground effect beasts.

    Latifi headed into FP1 with a clever visor cam set-up inserted into his helmet, giving us a scintillating view of a lap around the 5.4km Sakhir circuit as experienced on board these new-for-2022 cars.

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    Hit play in the video above to take a ride with the Canadian aboard his Williams FW44.

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