None of these are going to work in F1. In a lesser formula, they might.flynfrog wrote:i have also learned if you are wearing a fire suit you can go almost any where at a race track
this is espcialy true if there is a support series with the padock close to where you want to go simply walk in like you are suposed to be there
option b have a timing board with some watches on it and act like you are in a hurry
a radio head set works well for this
also try to learn a security gurads name maybe over hear some one talking to him
then as you walk by say Hi (name here) he will wonder where he knows you from long before you get stopped
not all of these will work with f1 but some of my ususal methods
In F1, you have to contend with the fact that not only do you have to get past multiple layers of security including well trained, well paid types who are good at their jobs, but you also have to get past machines that everybody including the drivers, team bosses, and even Max and Bernie must present their chipped passes to. Then you have to deal with the fact that even once you are in, people are very good at playing close attention to whom is in the wrong place. Heck, I've seen Bernie Ecclestone himself grab a credentialed photographer who was in an area he wasn't supposed to be in, and drag him away...