A freak incident took place last night, when in the middle of the United States Grand Prix, a weird noise about some human being making engine noises crept into the official broadcast all around the world.
Fans were left bemused, with a lot of them checking for noises from in and around them, not realising that it was actually the broadcast that had those weird engine noises.
In times of despair, like always, all the fans took to Twitter, just to ensure if they were all in it together. And like always, Twitter came to their rescue, with multiple fans tweeting about the weird occurrence.
Some guy on the broadcast was screaming ‘neooww neowww’, trying to emulate the sound of an engine.
— Jono (@Dingusfontein) October 21, 2018
— TheBassist. (@Steve65462) October 21, 2018
— AshBennett (@realashbennett) October 21, 2018
Check out the audio:
— Formula 1 (@F1) October 22, 2018
With the official F1 page too acknowledging the massive goof up, such an incident shouldn’t happen in the future, but it did provide a moment to remember for everyone involved, especially the man who was caught making these noises on a world wide broadcast.
The United States Grand Prix provided fans with a lot of entertainment and saw Kimi Raikkonen secure his first race win in 113 Grand Prix starts.
The race was a super exciting one too, with the trio of Verstappen, Hamilton and Raikkonen involved in a proper racing battle towards the end of the grand prix, with Verstappen keeping Hamilton at bay and Raikkonen keeping his head to win the race.
With 3 races remaining, do you think Hamilton can wrap up the title in Mexico?