Tagged: 2011 Japanese Grand Prix, f1 video
This topic contains 9 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by Keith Collantine 3 years, 7 months ago.
As you know after each race we try to get together a collection of videos shot by fans.
If you’ve spotted any or filmed any yourself, please post links to them below.
To get you started, here’s an excellent video of Sebastian Vettel celebrating his second world championship with a few doughnuts:
Now, why on earth was that not shown on the world feed?
Here are the previous three instalments of the feature:
Leimer’s crash and in the pits at McLaren – fans’ videos from Spa
Schumacher passes Alonso and more Monza moments
From Kovalainen’s fire to fireworks: your Singapore videos
nice! why dont FOM show this kinda celebration! – best be in the 4 minute highlights they do on f1.com soon!
Actually the spanish writer for La Sexta, channel that broadcast the F1 in Spanish, was calling for Seb to be reprimented because this was againts the rules…
I thinks is great and it seen that the fan enjoy it a lot…
Why do F1 drivers get penalize for doughnuts?
This is so good. Great post, thanks!
@WASIF1 I have no idea…
Another view with close up http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxca4mBCuE8
I’m putting the article up today. Not all the videos I’ve turned up have gone into the final article, so here they are.
Another view of the start:
Some rather eccentric but high-quality footage shot by someone walking around the track:
And another view of Vettel’s doughnuts:
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.
Log in or create an F1 Fanatic account.
Advert | Go Ad-free
Adverts | Go Ad-free
© Keith Collantine 2015 • Disclaimer