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There is only one... Marcus Ericsson

07 Apr 2016

The first Swedish driver to race in F1 for more than two decades, Marcus Ericsson can already boast a long line of achievements by the age of 25. But what matters most to him? Who, for example, would his dream team mate be - and more importantly what pizza topping could he never do without? In the second instalment of our new series, we put Ericsson to the test...

If you could pick just one meal to eat for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Marcus Ericsson: Japanese.

If you could pick just one pizza topping what would it be?

ME: Kebab and salad topping, Swedish style!

If you could pick just one holiday destination...

ME: Australia.

If you could pick just one track to race on...

ME: Suzuka.

If you could pick just one road car to drive...

ME: Some kind of Porsche.

If you could pick just one race car to drive...

ME: This year's Mercedes F1 car seems pretty good!

If you could pick just one colour to wear...

ME: Black.

If you could pick just one sport to play... 

ME: Ice hockey.

If you could pick just one song to listen to...

ME: One from my local band Millencolin.

If you could pick just one book to read...

ME: I can't pick one... but I like autobiographies.

If you could pick just one city to live in...

ME: Difficult... Maybe Melbourne.

If you could pick just one movie to watch...

ME: Rush!

If you could pick just one person to live with...

ME: Give me a couple of years and hopefully I know! (laughs)

If you could pick just one team mate...

ME: Ronnie Peterson!

If you could pick just one gadget to own...

ME: My iPhone.

If you could pick just one F1 corner to drive...

ME: The first sector in Suzuka.

If you could pick just one age to be...

ME: Twenty five, as I am now, is pretty good!

If you could pick just one F1 era to race in...

ME: The 1980s.

If you could pick just one type of chocolate or candy to snack on...

ME: Daim chocolate.

If you could pick just one memento from your racing career to keep...

ME: One of my crash helmets.