Categories Sport Video: What you get to see trackside at the Grand Prix Post date Sun 18 March 2012 6 Comments on Video: What you get to see trackside at the Grand Prix If you’ve never been to the Grand Prix (which is on today), here (from 2009 when I went for The Who concert) is what you get to see trackside. Can’t say it appeals much to me. Note what I assume are sonic booms. Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInReddit Tags Grand Prix, The Who 6 Comments on Video: What you get to see trackside at the Grand Prix ← Lock up your motors → Regional Rail Link works continue 6 replies on “Video: What you get to see trackside at the Grand Prix” It must be better now. After all, Victorian taxpayers pay several $million more for it each year than they did in 2009. Those people paid $100 just to do that? You can hear the racket for free from Richmond Station. I wouldn’t say they are sonic booms, the cars are fast, but I don’t think they are 1,225 km/h fast. I suspect it is more likely it was hitting the limits of the microphone. I’m sure you’ll understand if I don’t watch the vid. I’ve had enough . It’s the old doppler effect! (I hope the music made going there worthwhile.) Went last year. The general admission ticket is a definite waste of time, better to just watch it on TV. Comments are closed.