• Dec 2, 2013
F1 driver Sebastian Vettel is renown for his multiple FIA Formula 1 World Championships, but holds a lesser-known title for Infiniti, one of the sponsors of his racing team. As 'director of performance' for Infiniti, Vettel is reportedly transferring his knowledge from the track to the road in an effort to improve Infiniti vehicles. We see for ourselves during a lap with Vettel at the Nashville Superspeedway, then head to the U.S. Grand Prix in Austin, Texas for a conversation with global director of Infiniti F1 Andreas Sigl.


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      nagmashot
      • 2 Days Ago
      Infinity jumped into F1 because Renault ordered to replace their name on the Red Bull with Infinity to push their "luxury" brand
      Drizzy
      • 2 Days Ago
      Good Ole, SV being quite guarded with his comments. Feel like Bradley was struggling a little to get him to open up in the [what?] 2-5 min they had together.
      RichTextFormat
      • 2 Days Ago
      Great video, thanks Bradley! Nice meeting you on the plane.