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GP Week : Issue 50
> F1CHAT> you put other things in the way of your racing it’s nearly impossible. So what do you like to do away from the race tracks? To be honest now fitness is so important that in the end you start top like it. I mean, I’m not a guy who likes to go running for hours, but I do a lot of cycling. When you get to F1 it’s great because you have a trainer, physio, your whole crew and you don’t do it on your own. We have fun and I really enjoy it. So fitness is one thing and then family, just to see them. I’m a little bit everywhere so it’s good to see them and I like to spend time with them and my friends, just normal life, going out to the cinema. Ahh, favourite film then? All the Oceans… 11, 12, 13 I really liked. Seven I really liked. The last one I really enjoyed was… the Bourne Ultimatum. Action movies. And what about music? A bit of everything. I don’t like to listen to just one type of music but I don’t like rap. Do you have a song to listen to before you get in the car, to get you amped up? No. This is for the swimmers. I don’t want to copy that kind of thing. I try to concentrate on my race and that’s it. But when I’m away or flying I listen a lot to music. I haven’t been to many concerts, but maybe in the future. So what’s a perfect night out for Sebastien Buemi? Switzerland, where I’m from, around the lake in Montreux and you go there, the Jazz Festival starts in a few weeks and so you go there, have a beer, eat nice food on the terrace in front of the lake and you enjoy it. That’s a perfect evening. 19