With one week to go before the title showdown commences in Brazil, I was wondering where Formula One fans will be watching the grand prix from. Given that the race is on at about 5pm UK time, many Brits may be out and about on a Sunday afternoon and may not be in their usual place for spot of motor sport action. Maybe your local pub will be showing the event live, or maybe you’ll be at home watching in front of the television? Or will you be in South America watching the race live from an Interlagos grandstand?
With the sport reaching out to so many people around the world, which country to you support from, and is the coverage any good where you are? Also of curiosity to me this drizzly afternoon in Britain is what people eat during a race. What is your snack of choice while the cars are thundering around a circuit?
For me, I’ll be at home with the television on and the laptop fired up. With the live-blog as well as this place to look after, I cannot really be anywhere else. As for food, the European races are normally passed by with pancakes and maple syrup. This is partly because they’re yummy and partly because they can be put together in an advert break (I don’t make them from scratch). However, with the Brazilian Grand Prix starting in the evening, I have decided something more substantial is needed. So I’ll be purchasing some chocolate fudge brownies!
So what about you guys and gals? Where are you watching from and what do you eat to sustain yourself through 90 minutes of Formula One action…?