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ams.f1: new YouTube channel dedicated to Formula 1

auto motor und sport is expanding reporting on Formula 1. With their own F1 YouTube channel, our reporters get started with moving image formats.

Standing still means going backwards. What applies to racing, where every thousandth of a second counts on the race track, is something that we in the editorial team also take to heart. That's why auto motor und sport is expanding its coverage of everything to do with Formula 1. Our latest achievement: our own YouTube channel on the subject, which provides you, dear user, with background information and interviews.

On ams.F1 ( https://www.youtube.com/@ams.f1 ) our reporters step on the gas in front of the camera. They have already done so during the winter break and will continue to do so throughout the new Formula 1 season. For example, we spoke to Haas team boss Guenther Steiner and ex-racing driver Gerhard Berger for large video interviews, and we have already been to Red Bull in Milton Keynes.

More content on ams.F1

At the start it's all about the protagonists in the cockpits ( Click here for the video ). Only four teams are going into the new Formula 1 year with the same driver pairing: Mercedes, Ferrari, Red Bull and Alfa Romeo. In the first video we took a closer look at the ten teams and their drivers: Which driver pairings promise to be particularly exciting? In which teams could conflicts arise? And where are disputes more likely to be excluded because the pecking order is clear?

Our new channel is based on the well-known formats "Formula Schmidt" and "Main thing royal class". In the latter, Andreas Haupt provides you with the latest information before each Grand Prix weekend. In "Formel Schmidt", our reporters prepare the events of every Formula 1 race in retrospect - and discuss the pinnacle of motorsport.

We talk to drivers, team bosses and Formula 1 decision-makers to get first-hand information. We travel to the Grand Prix races with two reporters. On ams.F1 you can see the result of our research in moving image format. ams.F1 is all about Formula 1, sports and the political games in the background. Have a look at our new channel! We would be happy if you subscribe to it. And don't forget to activate the bell so you don't miss any of our videos.


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