We are all a little while in the paddock, and it is still quiet. Until the afternoon does the curfew which in 2011 was introduced. To ensure that the mechanics get enough rest. Not only are there ever-more races on the calendar: since last season, but less than twenty-one. In addition, the teams also in the habit of grown to be as long as possible in the car to work, sometimes up to a whole lot in the night. So it should be no more. And that controls the FIA by the mechanics only from a certain number of hours before the start of the next session. Today is that so 12 hours. In a few minutes. I see how the mechanics together to displace to the gate of the paddock, waiting to the controller the green light to the move. On the picture you see how the man on the pole, watching to see when the clock on twelve-hour jumps. To the mob than to let.
Our F1-watcher suspects that the second GP of the season is very special is (and he dares to bold prediction)
Formula 1 with Our F1 reporter Jo Bossuyt holds also in Bahrain his diary. Follow him behind the scenes and experience from the front row what in and around the
01 April 2019 Monday 18:01
Formula 1 with Our F1 reporter Jo Bossuyt holds also in Bahrain his diary. Follow him behind the scenes and experience from the front row what in and around the paddock done. -> Saturday 30 march, 11.58 you *Curfew