Ex-F1 driver and seasoned pundit Brundle was capable of revive his famed pre-race grid walks for the US Grand Prix following a tweak to the FIA’s COVID-19 restrictions.
Megan Thee Stallion was attending the race as a visitor of Pink Bull, and was approached by Brundle for an interview on the grid. She initially responded to his questions and was well mannered, just for her safety guards to aggressively shoo him away, telling him he “couldn’t try this”.
Brundle hit again and mentioned, “I can try this, as a result of I did”, earlier than calling for more manners and respect from celebrity’s entourages during grid walks.
In accordance with F1 insiders, Autosport has discovered that it’ll clamp down on grid entry for bodyguards within the wake of the incident. Officers imagine the grid is a safe sufficient surroundings to imply they don’t seem to be required.
Whereas celebrities on the grid usually are not required to present interviews to the media, they are going to be requested to be courteous ought to they do not want to talk.
Brundle spoke concerning the rule tweaks through the Mexico Metropolis Grand Prix weekend, joking that the brand new guidelines “should be the ‘Brundle clause’” after what occurred in Austin, and that it was his “declare to fame eventually”.
“I get ignored by Megan Thee Stallion, biffed out of the best way by a person mountain after which instructed off by a Malfoy lookalike who likely was on his first-ever time to an F1 grid,” Brundle mentioned.
Rapper Meagan Thee Stallion on the grid
Photograph by: Glenn Dunbar / Motorsport Images
“I put out a easy tweet about it and received 5 million impressions. I do not perceive any of that, to be sincere.”
F1 grid entry stays restricted in comparison with 2019 when the sequence final raced with out COVID-19 protocols, however has progressively opened as much as grant extra individuals entry.
Megan Thee Stallion is a three-time Grammy award winner, and is understood for songs corresponding to WAP and Savage. She has a mixed social media following throughout Twitter and Instagram of 33 million followers – round 11 million greater than F1’s official accounts.