RichlandF1′s Grand Prix Diary heads to Yeongam and Suzuka, where Trent Price caught a cold, some Mokpo culture and may or may not be on charges for fondling Suzuka's turn one apex.
Leaving Melbourne on the midnight meat train (sorry Boeing 777) to Hong Kong had certain Michael Bay overtones to it. As my colleague Peter McGinley (from ABC Radio’s Box of Neutrals) and I taxied along the runway, we were hit by a 120 km/ph wind that would’ve made a circa 1986 Nigel Mansell break into a sweat. Whilst we did get airborne, it did take a good hour to outrun the storm and knowing know what it’s like being at the mercy of Mother Nature, I will never swat a fly again.
A quick stop-over in...
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