As soon as the checkered flag was waved, some fans began to come to the angels, taking photos of Red Bull’s clothes
Mexico City-Sergio Perez does not have a hobby. He chants his name in Angel of Independence to help pay his expenses.
Fans began to gather around the angels as soon as the checkered flag was waved. They donned their Red Bull gear, and took pictures.
The Formula One party surpassed Hermanos Rodríguez Autodrome, and about 200 people gathered at Paseo de la Reforma to celebrate the historic podium of Guadalajara drivers.
The police arrived at the monument an hour later and caused fans to scatter along Reforma Avenue. They also lower the decibels. Eventually, 100 people began making loud noises in the middle of the monument as if they were ready to take to the road.
Around 3:00 pm, 20 cars, 10 classics included, circled the roundabout, waving to fans who were standing on the steps.
Soon afterward, several brave men surrounded the pavilion. Then came hundreds of people walking along the sidewalk.
The crowd erupted with laughter and shouts of “Who doesn’t dance is Hamilton!” The party took on a new color. And “Eeel Viejo Sabrooosooo!” to the rhythm of Seven Kingdoms Army.
Christian Martinez, who was accompanied by Sergio Perez, almost life-size cardboard, said, “It’s fanaticism, love of Formula One, and our Mexican drivers.”
“He was the first Mexican driver to reach the podium and, according to me, the results, he’s the best Mexican driver that we have.”
The caravan lasted for six hours, after which many gave up and searched for another spot to celebrate the Red Bull runnerup.