Albert II, Prince of Monaco, invites Graham to his palace to discuss everything from leading a country to competing in five consecutive Olympic Games. Prince Albert reflects on the pressures of growing up royal as well as how he and his family coped with the tragic death of their mother, Princess Grace Kelly. Plus, the Prince drives Graham through portions of the Monaco Grand Prix en route to the Monaco Yacht Club, where Prince Albert shows off his 108-year-old sailboat.
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 one of the world's most renowned rock climbers, Alex Honnold. Known for his death-defying "free solo" climbs - where he ascends 2,000-foot rock walls without ropes or safety equipment - Honnold reflects on his mindset of casting aside fear, visualizing death and the advantages and disadvantages of living in a van. Honnold looks back on his notable climbs, including the Triple Crown of Yosemite and a 53-hour push in Patagonia. He and Graham also head out for a climb in the Canadian Rockies in Banff National Park.