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The brilliance of Mario Muth – with Hamilton, Coulthard, Heath and Dr. Hartstein

by on September 24, 2013

Muth I first stumbled upon Mario Muth’s work on YouTube one day thanks to a tweet by Doctor Gary Hartstein.  For those of you unfamiliar with the name, Dr. Hartstein is the former Formula One doctor as his Twitter handle would suggest (@Former_F1Doc).  When Gary tweets, I listen.  One would be foolish not to, as he has had some amazing experiences within the world of  Formula One which very few can match. The first time I watched Muth’s interview of the good doctor, I was mesmerized.  It was captivating yet simple and just full of all the right stuff.  Prepare to be entertained and enlightened by the brilliant Mario Muth as he interviews some very interesting F1 subjects.  I would wager that you might watch some or all of them, more than once.

 I have included some links below to the videos for your convenience.

 Gary Hartstein: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBXWbTuNEl8

Darren Heath: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBnvFR4XjWM

David Coulthard: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSdoEMa8bkk

Maurice Hamilton: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDhHgOV1VVQ

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One Comment
  1. Thank you Ernie… I am trying to keep them coming. The next one is already in the edit…

    The more people that watch, talk, write and tweet about it, the easier it is for me to convince people sitting down with me as very close to nobody in the F1 world.

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