Just like the previous post on Hollywood Park Autox. Here's a couple pics from and autocross event held at Norton AFB. I think this was about 10 years ago. I wonder if they still use that venue?I think I was still running the RX-3 back then.
Not this one, this a national champion car. I looked up that car for inspiration. But then again I was hanging around too many pinoys who were nuts over TRD and AE86.
10 years later, do you recognize some of these people?
Well after a lag from my Canada posts, let's take a look at the Formula 1 event itself the reason why I even bother going to Canada. Thank god it wasn't raining that weekend. It was actually the very opposite. Hot and sunny with some humidity thrown in, which reminded of days when I used to live on the east coast.
He won the event.
I wish he won the event.
AMG wagon. This thing sounded so mean. I like it.
People with a lot of team spirit.
The brakes, they glow.
After the race was over, the track was open for visitors to roam around. The view from the driver's perspective was simply amazing.
The track was much bigger than I thought. Walking to the start finish line was so long, our seats was located at turn 10. Which is basically the other side of the track.
Team USA out to lend a hand to teams in need of help
Thanks for visiting. For the rest of the pics swing by here. Or if you hate racing but love Montreal like I do, go here.
To here these things at full song is so beautiful. So loud, yet so sweet. Qualifications for today was so exciting since at the last minute Lewis Hamilton pulled a rabbit out of his helmet with the pole on his last lap with barely enough gas to make the finish. I'm sure you all know that already.
Now let's take another walk about the city. I don't know if was Formula 1 or the World Cup, but there was a bunch of things going on everywhere around downtown.