Fast, but not furious

The 58th Macau Grand Prix was the reason why we finally went to Macau. Friend of ours asked us months ago if we would be interested in coming to see the races. It was a first for us, so we immediately said yes.

The Lisboa stand – very popular seats due to all the accidents that usually occur on this corner. People from all around the world come to Macau for this event. Guy sitting next to us actually traveled all the way from Denmark to see the races.

It started with only a single car crashing against the tyre wall and turned into a big road block which took a few minutes to clear

Removing the car from the track – the entire process was freaking fast!

Almost like toy cars

Tricky corner

Watching the races was an entertaining experience. I liked the fact that we saw not only mortor-racing but touring cars too. I was very surprised by how loud they were.

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