The Formula 1 logistics between the races is a chaotic ballet

Scheduling is made in excruciating detail

Besides the human element — that still gives them that spectacle vibe — sports have become more and more exact sciences. Everything is calculated, even when it comes to moving from one race to the other. 

The clip below shows us just how crowded things get during the summer, where there are as many as three consecutive race weekends. And moving an entire team — which means disassembling, hauling, and assembling again — from one continent to another is no simple task.

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