Video: Try not to sh*t yourself and blackout watching Lewis Hamilton hit a mind boggling 6.5G at the Australian Grand Prix. 0.2G more than the most gnarly roller coaster on earth!

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Having a strong neck (not to mention arms, legs, shoulders and core) has been a pre-requisite for an F1 driver since the earliest days of Grand Prix racing. But this year, with the switch to wider tyres and improved aerodynamics, the forces acting on those behind the wheel have increased significantly. Over the course of 57 laps, that’s a lot of extra G-force for the drivers to cope with. And it’s worth noting that the weather in Australia wasn’t particularly warm, nor is Albert Park one of the most demanding tracks.

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