Jumping for joy

One of the things that immediately seems lacking when you compare Formula 1 to MotoGP is the celebrations from the drivers at the end of the race. While F1 invented the champagne spraying (which still looks natural and real only once a year at Monaco) the rest of the celebrations have been stopped by Max for safety reasons and by the teams for engine protection.

Drivers aren’t allowed to do doughnuts or wave flags from their cars anymore. They aren’t allowed to pick up stranded drivers like they once did. And what Max would do if one of the drivers organized his mates to dress up like a 10 pin bowling alley I can’t imagine. Alonso has his weird standing on top of the car thing, Kimi actually did a doughnut last year, and Lewis got in trouble for hugging his father. They all want to do it, but there doesn’t seem to be much they can do.

So in the comments here I think we should suggest some of the things that they might be able to do that the drivers might be allowed to get away with. We’re not going to get the rules changed so we’ve got to help them be a little bit creative. So what have we got?

About Alex Andronov

Alex Andronov is a writer who lives in the UK. He is currently working on 7 novels, 5 film scripts, 2 plays, 2 TV series, 1 history of the United States, 1 travelogue and trying to find some focus.
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