The answer for this question is largely specific to the type of racing. So, I will explain in brief about what Formula One drivers do in their cockpits. 1. BEFORE THE START OF THE RACE: Racing and in particular F1 is physically extremely demanding. The drivers dehydrate in the course of a race and hence they make sure they take a lot of fluids before the race. They also take carbohydrate-rich foods (like pasta) to keep their energy levels high. 2.DURING THE RACE: The drivers can't do much during a race except taking some water from their drinks bottle. 3. AFTER THE RACE: Once they're out of the cockpit, they, again, take energy drinks (like Redbull) to rehydrate themselves, get a bit of massage and off they go...
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