Brendon Hartley I was given the instructions to the machine on 50 pages
Brendon Hartley, winner of Le Mans in 2017, told about how the preparation for a debut in Formula 1 in the Toro Rosso.Brendon Hartley "the Preparation for a debut in Formula 1 began with the work in the simulator. In Austin I pass the procedure of adjustment of the seat, and while I was given the instructions to the machine on 50 pages, you have to learn all operations and buttons on the steering wheel. Prior to qualification I have four hour practices to get used to the car.In fact, the difference with the LMP1 car small only seven or eight seconds per lap. In addition, the WEC cars use hybrid technology, and that they look like Formula 1 car".