F1 Bans Superstar Bodyguards from the Grid After Incident at US Grand Prix
Formulation One has banned celebrities from bringing bodyguards to the beginning grid after an incident with commentator and former racer Martin Brundle eventually month’s U.S. Grand Prix in Austin. The 62-year-old Briton, a former staff mate of Germany’s seven instances world champion Michael Schumacher, was doing his pre-race ‘grid stroll’ for Sky tv in Austin when he tried to catch a phrase with rapper Megan Thee Stallion. After approaching with a microphone to investigate whether or not she had any rap for F1, and being instructed she had “no rap as we speak”, Brundle requested her who she was supporting. A bodyguard then instructed him he couldn’t do this. “I can do this, as a result of I did,” replied Brundle, who has interviewed Hollywood A listers and sporting greats through the years, to the delight of many on social media.
A Formulation One supply confirmed to Reuters that bodyguards would not be allowed as a result of area limitations and COVID-19 restrictions, however celebrities wouldn’t be obliged to present interviews.
Brundle instructed his viewers on Sunday that new guidelines had been launched and referred to a ‘Brundle Clause’.
He took to Twitter on Tuesday to supply an extra clarification.
“For the avoidance of doubt I don’t care who visits the F1 grid, the extra the merrier. Speak to me, ignore me, shove, wave, hug, name me names, no matter makes you content,” he stated.
“All I ask is that you just absorb the ambiance, benefit from the privilege. I’ve not requested for any grid protocol modifications.”
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