What would you hear on a Formula 1 legend's playlist?
Suzi Perry tours the F1 paddock to find out what music gets racing legends revved up
Veteran broadcaster Murray Walker covered Formula 1 since the 1970s and tried to get Fleetwood Mac to open the Grand Prix programme: "I didn't even know there was a Mick Fleetwood!"
Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams admits her choices are "inevitable and really obvious" but it doesn't detract from how important the tracks are to her.
Three-time F1 World Champion Niki Lauda sees young drivers today listening to music "basically because they don't want to talk to anybody."
Like Niki Lauda, David Coulthard never listened to music on the race track the way the current generation of drivers do.
Whereas younger drivers listen to music all the time. Red Bull Racing's Daniel Ricciardo has experimented on different types of music to listen at the start of a race.
And it's not just on the race track, both Ricciardo and Hamilton admit they listen to music all the time.