Thanks thats what I thought. Then we surely will have videos to watch and listen toBlanchimont wrote:Jerez is open to the public during testing for 10 to 20€ a day (http://www.circuitodejerez.com/index.ph ... tradas&L=1).
At the end of every day, fans will provide videos on youtube, just like in the past years.
let's hope we won't have emberassing marshalls that triple and fall repeatedly over the track during safety carGridlock wrote:I wonder if the trackside recovery drivers know how busy they're going to be...
Dumpster sounds so much more classy. It's the diamond of the cesspools.
mikeerfol wrote:For those who had doubts about it
https://twitter.com/Marussia_F1Team/sta ... 0934764544
for anyone considering a visit may I suggest you consider the followingHolm86 wrote:Is Jerez easy to access for the public?? Because private videos shot with a decent handycam sounds much better than the tv coverage of the races.
theformula wrote:Does anyone actually know what time testing starts on Tuesday? In both local time and UK time?
Source: http://www.circuitodejerez.com/index.php?id=381&L=1The testing shall take place from 09.00 to 17.00 every day. As soon as the names of the drivers running on each day are confirmed, the information shall appear here.
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