It's wheels up with Formula 1 champ and Mercedes AMG Petronas non-executive chairman, Niki Lauda, who flies Graham and his team from Austria to Belgium aboard his private jet and talks with Graham about his racing career that was the basis for the feature film, "Rush." The F1 icon looks back on a lifetime of racing and business successes, including rejecting his family fortunes to get into the sport, the fiery crash at Nurburgring and life on the circuit today with Mercedes F1, Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas. Lauda and Graham also meet up with Mercedes' executive director, Toto Wolff at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Graham goes one-on-one with Kentucky Wildcats basketball coach, John Calipari. Coach Calipari shares stories from his successes in the NCAA, reveals his recruiting strategies and responds to criticism about molding NBA players. The Hall of Fame coach also opens up about his career goals, his biggest superstitions and takes Graham out to breakfast as part of a UK coach tradition.
Graham spends two days with NHL superstar, Alex Ovechkin, in his hometown of Moscow. The three-time MVP opens up for the first time about the death of his older brother, plus talks candidly about the influence of his parents, who also stop by to discuss their very different approaches to watching Alex play at Capital One Arena. Ovechkin shows Graham around Moscow, introduces him to some of his family and caps off the interview with a dip in his backyard pond.