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Formula One Paddock
Spain

Formula One Paddock during the Grand Prix of Spain on the Circuit de Catalunya near Montmeló, Spain. The McLaren Mercedes "Motorhome",  is a huge glass-fronted building actually consisting of several specially designed trucks. It serves as rest area for the drivers and as restaurant and lounge for the team and its sponsors. To the left of McLaren stands the Ferrari Motorhome, to the right the Red Bull Racing one. Across Paddock Lane sit the technical trucks of the teams, right in the back of the respective garages. Some of these  trucks contain tools, tires and spare parts, others serve as the technical commando station containing highly specialized computer equipment. Garage Number 16 serves as an entrance to Pit Lane.

Copyright: Michael Kolvenbach
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploadet: 20/09/2012
Opdateret: 15/09/2014
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Tags: formula one; race; racecourse; racetrack; paddock; motorhome
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