The weekend of Japanese Grand Prix has left us a very surprising image or more specifically a video of those that is worth enjoying For a while. We are not talking about slow motion shots or lying down or skidding to the limit. It is simply the recording from two Safety Cars of a lap around the circuit Twin Ring Motegi in which you can see the peculiar stewards splashing the sides of the track.
And I say peculiar because as if it were a large military contingent, most of them pose in front of their posts waving to the passing cars and equipped with their implements (fire extinguishers, stretchers, brooms, flags …) but a few delight us with sometimes nice and other showy choreographies that will surely make you smile. And the thing is that if there is something different that part of the world is its people, its customs and its education, light years away from us.
The pity is that you will not be able to see the video here due to Dorna's fear that they will be published on other websites than hers. Click on the link and we will be waiting for you back because we will shortly publish the summary of everything we have seen during the week so that you do not miss the most important thing. See you in a while.
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