F1 may be known for its glamourous races in places like Monaco or Abu Dhabi, but for many drivers it wouldn't be the same without a few bovines thrown into the mix.
Ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix - returning here this weekend after an 11-year absence - teams could not stop posting pictures on social media of rolling hills and old-castles-turned-hotels.
Instead of luxury condominiums, spectators were camped out in tents around the track in a rowdy beer-fuelled atmosphere.
"It's old-school racing, everyone camping, good party at the campsites," former Champion Jenson Button, who raced in the 2003 editor of the race, said Friday.
"We love Monaco, we love the glamour of...
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