China’s first Formula 1 driver Zhou Guanyu is weeks away from making his debut at the Bahrain Grand Prix, and if a video he posted on Twitter is anything to go by it looks like his training is getting intense. F1 drivers are subjected to incredible pressure during a race, experiencing up to 5g while braking, 2g while accelerating, and 4 to 6g while cornering. And Zhou has been working on dealing with that off the track as well as on it, that seems to mean having a rope attached around his head before he has to use his neck muscles as his head is pulled in the opposite direction. Final workout session before testing. 😅 pic.twitter.com/KGqwUmThuX — 周冠宇 | Zhou Guanyu 🇨🇳 (@ZhouGuanyu24) March 8, 2022 Zhou has spent the past several weeks getting used to his new ride, and posted this video on Twitter saying: “Final workout session before testing. 😅.” The video has already been viewed nearly 30,000 times on Twitter. The Shanghai native got his first experience with his new drive at Alfa Romeo during preseason testing in Barcelona late last month, and completed 71 laps on his way to 10th in the time sheets at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, with a fastest lap of 1:21.531. “Had a great day behind the wheel. Lots of learnings. Bring on tomorrow,” Zhou wrote in a social media post after making his debut for his new team.