F1 is one of the greatest severe sports with a spirit of rivalry between all participants. The atmosphere during the match makes the blood freeze in the veins and exhale only after the end of the match. Despite the seriousness of what is happening, funny facetious stories happen in this. With which we want you to acquaint below.
GP News Conference in Abu Dhabi, 2014
At the press conference of the closing game of 2014, the focal point was the fight among two Mercedes (due to dubious rule points). Just at the moment that the journalists filled the hall, a series of the most unexpected and provocative questions rained down on the drivers. But then it was the turn of the German journalist Walter Koster, who decided to find out drivers about “too many technologies” in racing cars. But sharp-witted and appealing, Sebastian Vettel twisted the whole plot of the discussion and imposed all attendees.
Rowan Atkinson pranks
Rowan Atkinson – whom we know as Mr. Bean, an avowed character familiar to us from childhood by his silly antics. But people do not even imagine that he is a car enthusiast and owns a priceless collection of McLaren F1 LM, and to all this, he is an F1 passionate fan. But everybody recalls him as Mr. Bean, who came together with the Brit to Indian Grand Prix 2011.
“I was having a shit” by Kimi Raikkonen
This article would not be considered truly funny without this «historical» phrase from Räikkönen. That is the hackneyed phrase, which became a classic one. It will never stop being funny.
Grand Prix press conference in Belgium 2013
Fast forward to 2013, Thursday, August 22, to be more exact. Romain Grosjean received the blessing from a little boy, so instinctively, all other drivers wondered about parenthood.
Brazilian Grand Prix 2016 – Fernando Alonso incident
This time the Spaniard Fernando Alonso did not disappoint and was in the top news with his Mclaren broken down the episode.
Montoya’s scene at the press conference
Perhaps the most epic story of all. Juan Pablo Montoya was furious at the hellish question of one of the journalists, by the way, it was a comedian who just pretended to be a correspondent, ran out of the hall, and did not understand the farce.
Shoey in Malaysia 2016
Daniel Ricciardo – this is the name of the person who invented the custom of drinking champagne from boots, it happened in 2016. Such F1 stars were seen behind it: Christian Horner, Mark Webber, and Gerard Butler. And when finally Daniel achieved victory on the race, he made everyone who stood next to him on the podium drink this great beverage.
Indisputably, laughing at a person who fell or stumbled is not very humane. But this case with Johnny Herbert, we can go over and over forever, it cheers up. You have to see it.
Mika Häkkinen VS Eddie Irvine in juice war
Typically, press conferences do not differ from each other, but there are exceptions to everything. But believe me, this video is worth it to watch. To your attention, one of the ridiculous conferences.
Many F1 road-hogs are now having fun. They take phones to the platforms and start taking selfies/photos with fans. Lewis Hamilton avid Instagramer, during GP in Japan, set his phone aside as he was being interviewed. Daniel Riccardo took this stroke of luck, he grabbed Lewis’s phone and began to post the amusing photos on his Instagram. Hamilton’s followers have got the surprise unexpected wonder – rident Aussie’s face on Hamilton’s Insta account.
There are such flashing and playful moments that dilute a boring race.