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#F1Poem: 2015 Thunder Down Under

by on March 12, 2015
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Photo Courtesy © Octane Photographic Ltd

Its 12 am in Albert park. Friday morning and all is dark

Not a soul to be found walking pit lane. No sounds to be heard, except that of the rain

Just hours ago, the paddock was jammed. Pit lane was full, garages were crammed

The air thick with excitement, one could slice with a knife. As F1 2015 came quickly to life

Photographers scrambling, snapping pictures real quick. Their cameras and flashes, went clickity click

Trying to stay dry In the “on and off” rain. Umbrellas and ponchos could be found in pit lane

Interviews were conducted by the usual pros. But no one had secrets,they would gladly disclose

Smiles all round as F1 returns. Even from those, who have their concerns

Just a fly on the wall as I sit here and wait. For the sun to come up and go through the gate

Observing all people with my un-trained eye. For my readers at home, I’m their F1 spy

In just a few hours my wait will have ended. The start of this season Is inexplicably splendid

To all teams and drivers, everyone in F1, Here’s to you and the season which has not yet begun

To fans round the world, who impatiently wait, here’s to you and the season which promises to be great!

Photo courtesy of © Octane Photographic Ltd

Photo courtesy of © Octane Photographic Ltd

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