T2 grandstand of Sochi Autodrom has received a name of Vitaly Petrov

Трибуна Т2 Сочи Автодрома получила имя Виталия Петрова

T2 grandstand of Sochi Autodrom will now bear the name of the first in the history of Russian pilot of Formula 1 Vitaly Petrov.

Grandstand is located on one of the turns of the race track. It was here that the fans can see extreme braking cars with a speed of 339 km/h before a difficult section of the road, barely exceeding the mark of hundred meters.

In just a few seconds the pilot is experiencing overload more than 5g, and the pressing force on the brake pedal is 126 kg. for the Second twist gives racers extreme challenge, and the slightest error can lead to crashes and the loss of precious seconds.

Tribune Vitaly Petrov is equipped with two large video screens and acoustic alarm. Another advantage of the grandstand is that it is located near the Central area of the Olympic Park – to be in the center of the F1 Village, just down the stairs.

For a start, Vitali announced the event in your profile Instagram.

Sochi Autodrom is always a great time, especially when there’s a great reason! Guess what? 😉 #sochiautodrom #news #vitalypetrov

Publication of vitalypetrov (@vitalypetrov) Mar 16 2017 9:06 PDT

…and soon this information was confirmed officially.

“I am incredibly grateful to the organizers of the Grand Prix of Russia-2017 for the honor and respect in my address, – said Petrov. – This is a big event in my life!

I am sure that the tribune named in my honor, will always be filled to capacity, because it is one of the best places in the track where the end of the straight the cars are accelerated up to 339 km/h, and all twenty pilots attack each other at the entrance to the second right turn. And also throughout the race we will see amazing overtakings!

Thanks again to all my fans and fans of Formula 1. Be sure to come to the GP of Russia-2017, will be a lot of drive, emotions and bright impressions! We will see you at Sochi Autodrom!”

Now at Sochi Autodrom tribunes are two names of the riders of the Royal race. In 2014 T3 grandstand was named in honor of the current Russian pilot in F1, competing for team Toro Rosso, Daniil Kvyat.

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Source translated by Яндекс.Переводчик

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