Mark Arnall has been in Formula One since 1997 starting as the fitness trainer and therapist for Mika Häkkinen. After Mika retired in 2001 Mark moved on to look after Kimi Räikkönen. He is now widely known as Kimi’s trainer.
Professionally Mark is the closest person to the driver during race weekends and between events with unique insights into the makeup of these fiercely competitive people.
In this portrait Mark shares his experiences from his life in racing in the past 17 years and talks about how to prepare drivers to perform in the optimum way.
He also covers insights into why Kimi Räikkönen, Mika Häkkinen, Sebastian Vettel are just a little more competitive than the rest of us.
Note: This channel has some great interviews with people in all sorts of positions related to Formula 1. []
This is really neat because it shows where a driver is looking while they drive. Hosted by Ted Kravitz from the BBC's F1 coverage and venerable Ted's Notebook, it demonstrates the eye tracking technology with Force India driver and Le Mans winner Nico Hulkenburg.