One part of the Australian Grand Prix can make fans cover their ears, jump in shock or actually duck out of fear that they will be hit, and it has nothing to do with the 20 Formula One cars screaming around the Albert Park Circuit.
Instead, it has to do with the fighter jets roaring overhead, catching hundreds of fans off guard at various times.
While waiting for the race to get started, we sat there and watched a gentleman in front us literally duck and put his hands over his head as the planes roared overhear, scared that if he didn’t get out of the way, he would be taken out by this jet fighter during its display run.
One other person that was caught off guard because he was deep in conversation about what to expect from the race, was 1996 Formula One World Champion, turned sky tv presenter, who explained that the planes ‘get him every time’.
It’s okay Mr Hill, we know how loud they were. My concern with this video clip is that Martin Brundle didn’t react at all…?