A Components One supply showed that bodyguards would now not be allowed because of area boundaries and COVID-19 restrictions
Components One has banned celebrities from bringing bodyguards to the beginning grid after an incident with commentator and previous racer Martin Brundle finally month’s U.S. Grand Prix in Austin.
The 62-year-old Briton, a former staff mate of Germany’s seven occasions international champion Michael Schumacher, was once doing his pre-race ‘grid stroll’ for Sky tv in Austin when he attempted to catch a phrase with rapper Megan Thee Stallion.
After coming near with a microphone to investigate whether or not she had any rap for F1, and being instructed she had “no rap as of late”, Brundle requested her who she was once supporting. A bodyguard then instructed him he may just now not do this.
“I will do this, as a result of I did,” responded Brundle, who has interviewed Hollywood A listers and wearing greats over time, to the pleasure of many on social media.
A Components One supply showed to Reuters that bodyguards would now not be allowed because of area boundaries and COVID-19 restrictions, however celebrities would now not be obliged to present interviews.
Brundle instructed his audience on November 7 that new regulations have been presented and referred to a ‘Brundle Clause’.
He took to Twitter on November 9 to supply an extra explanation.
“For the avoidance of doubt I don’t care who visits the F1 grid, the extra the merrier. Communicate to me, forget about me, shove, wave, hug, name me names, no matter makes you glad,” he mentioned.
“All I ask is that you just absorb the ambience, benefit from the privilege. I’ve now not requested for any grid protocol adjustments.”