The Sauber F1 team has released an interesting video showing a unique insight of what’s inside a Formula One car. This is done by having a slighty older version of their F1 car (looks like the 2007-2008 model during the BMW days) and slicing it into half. The passionate Sauber’s mechanics have spent their free time cutting the car in half for the past two years.

In the film, chief designer Matt Morris points out where each individual component of the car is located within the chassis, together with his assistant, Sauber F1’s driver Sergio Perez.

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