Watch 'Horse Power' on Sky Sports F1!

Must-see documentary to be broadcast on Sky Sports F1 on the Friday and Saturday of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix

By Sky Sports Online.   Last Updated: 10/03/14 4:36pm

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For a must-see documentary ahead of the new F1 season, Ferrari have granted Sky Sports F1 exclusive access to their inner sanctum as the sport gears up for the complex and groundbreaking 'rules revolution' of 2014 and the Scuderia seek their first world title since 2008.

Widely seen as the first among equals on the F1 grid, Ferrari remain arguably the most famous marque in the whole of motorsport and boast the unique achievement of being the only team to contest every F1 race since the sport's foundation in 1950.

Featuring both protagonists in the team's explosive new driver line-up, Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen, 'Horse Power' is the product of unprecedented access to the team's hallowed Maranello base as Ferrari prepare for a season like no other in 2014.

Honest, revealing, but always compelling viewing, it's a documentary that no F1 fan can afford to miss ahead of the most anticipated season in years.

Sky Sports F1's Horse Power broadcast dates and times
Friday March 14th: 10.30am, 7pm, 10pm.
Saturday March 15th: 11.45am.

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