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How Frederik Vesti uses BFR to maximise his potential

Frederik Vesti, F2 driver, uses the Hytro BFR wearables before and after races to support his best performance.

Frederik Vesti, a professional Formula 2 driver, has found the Hytro BFR wearables to be an important aspect in his pre and post race routine.

 

Vesti says:  “Hytro has become a valued part of my preparation as a racing driver in the Formula 2 championship; recovery after races at the track, and training while on the road. Hytro helps me maximise my potential.”

 

Follow Frederik’s story to understand how Hytro BFR wearables are used in his race day routine and beyond.

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