Lizard joins drivers on track for Singapore Grand Prix
Well this is something that the fans and the players are not used watching to. An enthusiastic monitor lizard was the star of Saturday’s practice session for the Singapore Grand Prix.
“There’s a giant lizard on the track,” exclaimed Red Bull driver Max Verstappen.
“You came face to face with Godzilla,” the 18-year-old’s engineer told him over the pit-to-car radio after the startled Dutchman alerted the team to the reptile’s presence.
Fortunately, the lizard managed to run off the track just after Verstappen passed it, narrowly avoiding a collision with another driver who was fast on his tail.
And as the Lizard joins the track it becomes the star of the day and the twitter can’t stop commenting on the new player. Here are some of the best from social media.
Watch the video :https://twitter.com/Gianludale27/status/777089562417954816
There have also been a number of human incursions, including one at last year’s Singapore race when a lone intruder ambled across the floodlit track midway through the race and then strolled by the metal fences as cars came past.