Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Sochi Autodrom, 2014

2014 Russian Grand Prix fans’ video gallery

2014 Russian Grand Prix

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Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Sochi Autodrom, 2014The new Sochi Autodrom has held its first round of the world championship. But how did it look from the perspective of the spectators in the stands?

Find out with this selection of fans’ videos from the first Russian Grand Prix.

Around the Sochi Autodrom

Turn three

Crash halts GP3 race

The drivers arrive

Start

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qr_D7_kPZQ

Massa passes Kvyat

Kvyat tries to pass Perez

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3 comments on “2014 Russian Grand Prix fans’ video gallery”

  1. There’s a good reason why those drivers are in GP3. That collision was completely unnecessary. That said it seems odd that so few people were watching it in that grandstand. I know most will have been there to see the F1 on the Sunday, but I know if I had paid that much for weekend tickets I would at least want to catch the start of any race, just for the excitement.

    Also, why didn’t FOM put a camera in near to where those last 3 videos were? It was such a great view.

    1. @strontium That’s harsh against the rest of the GP3 drivers. Yes, there’s some silver spooned daddy’s boys but some are real talents trying to make a name for themselves like Mardenborough!

      1. It is rather, sorry. I found it quite funny to be honest ;)

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