|The chefs hard at work|
|4 pans on the go|
We saw F1 practice and qualifying, and qualifying for the Porsche support race.
|Hittin' a corner tight|
|A Porsche Supercup car|
|Awesome. 3 chicken thighs per serving|
While out at lunch, I took the opportunity to explore the Turn 4-5-6-7-8-9 complex. It sounds like a big space but is compact for track visitors.
Turn 4 is a broad sweeping turn that not much will happen on. It's surrounded by lovely grass and trees.
|The turn entrance|
|The turn exit|
|Looking down to 7-8|
|Looking up to 9|
|Turn 6. Fewer people|
|The access to the island|
|The normal shopping crowd|
And nobody better steal anything.
Mike got an entertaining, broken English e-mail the next morning from the Police. His wallet was found, and we went to the off-track station to get it. There was no cash at all, but all the other contents -- drivers license, credit cards, Nexus card, et al -- were there. It was found by a parking attendant discarded in a track parking lot.
Cash is just cash. Knowing the cards were all there and intact was good peace of mind, and a few that were tough to replace were home safe and sound.