27 May 2010

68th Grand Prix de Monaco - the Television Screens

Whenever you are on the Grand Prix track, there will be a giant television screen not too far away. So whilst you are looking at what is going on before your eyes, you can also glance at a screen and see what the television coverage is at that moment.

In the photo below you can see a screen on the side of the stand that faces the Pit Lane. Note the number of people sitting on the hillside of le rocher, by the way.

In the main shot you see the winning drivers and the small photo shows a long shot of that same screen. Note the exit of the tunnel that leads down to the port.

With so many incidents this year, the screens were really useful as often we hadn't a clue what was going on other than we saw lights flashing around the track indicating the safety car was being deployed. A quick glance at the screen showed us a car broken down in the tunnel or that spectaclar mishap by Rascasse, for instance.

1 comment:

Sharon said...

So much going on in these photos. You have certainly shown us fantastic coverage of this event.

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