“It is not just the cars that need preparing for theseason, it’s essential that the whole race team is focused on the same goal andis fully formed ahead of the first Grands Prix in Melbourne,” saidMarsden. Comments are closed. Activities were designed to bring the two cultures togetherand included an assembly exercise and an opinion poll to gauge team morale. HR driving performance with pre-season tune-upOn 25 Feb 2003 in Personnel Today The HR director at Formula One racing outfit BAR organised aSpanish pre-season tune-up for the team to ensure they hit the track at fullspeed. Previous Article Next Article John Marsden said the 70-strong team (including driverJenson Button, pictured) and 25 engineers from engine supplier Honda, attendeda team-building event by specialist coaching firm Performance First Limited inValencia to ensure that British and Japanese members of the team bonded andperformed to their maximum potential. Related posts:No related photos.