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RSS Video: Nico Rosberg explains F1 cars' unique seating position

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The Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 team has been using its drivers to open up the dark world of F1, and in this video Nico Rosberg demonstrates what we've long suspected: the driving position in a Formula 1 car is outrageous, with drivers reclined on a carbon-fiber gynecologist's table pretending to be a seat.

Scroll down to watch Nico explain finding a balance between comfort and weight. And how it's kind of hard to see above the wheel.

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