the . to tell story of Austin as Sky F1’s Martin Brundle made his return to the grid walk at the United States GP
After almost two years of absence due to F1 restrictions around Covid-19, Martin Brundle’s famous Grid Walk could finally return in to be full United States GP form live on Sky Sports F1 – and it sure is made an impact.
A staple in F1 broadcasts in the UK for almost 25 years, the Grid Walk is the 10 minutes of unscripted tv for the race when Martin roams straight down the well to talk to drivers, team bosses, celebrities and others personnel just as the tension and anticipation mount up to the menacing race start.
The hits and misses over the years have become part of Grid Walk folklore and its return on An met celebrities stuffed race day in Austin created another memorable chapter, especially when Martin started interviewing Megan Thee Stallion, the American rapper and three Grammy Award winner.
What followed ended up make the headlines well outside the sports, in An feature for Sky F1s race show Bee last week’s Mexico City GP, Ted Kravitz watched back on what has probably become the most talked about Grid Walk of all the time. Watch the feature in the video at the top of the page.
To avoid of doubt I don’t care who visits the F1 grid, the more the better. talk met me, ignore me, push, wave, hug, call me names, whatever makes you happy. All I ask is that you enjoy up the atmosphere, enjoy the privilege. I didn’t ask for any grid protocol changes
— Martin Brundle (@MBrundleF1) Nov 9, 2021
From Mexico, F1 has announced that the security personnel are not allowed on the grid, where access limitations and safety are: already in place. Any guests, meanwhile, who Do not wish until give interviews when approached by media is asked to be polite decline requests.
Two weeks on and the events of Austin was certainly not lost on one fast assistant in Mexico when Martin pretended… walk off with the Oscar won by Travon Free after an interview met the writer and director.
What is happening next on the grid walk? To coordinate in to this sunday live GP of Sao Paulo coverage for the next installment.
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