F1 Monaco’s reappearance of beauty model ads has caused chaos in qualifying

F1 Monaco’s reappearance of beauty model ads has caused chaos in qualifying
On May 31, Beijing time, the saying goes that heroes are sad about beauty, and it is no exception in the fiercely competitive F1 field.According to the British media “Mirror”, from the beginning of 2009, the poster of the model was banned from the F1 race Monaco Awards, because those beautiful figures will not distract the drivers.But now, model advertising may be back.  As early as 2009, because F1 drivers were considered too distracted, the use of billboards with models was prohibited in the Monaco Awards.  In the qualifying events that year, the infamous billboards on both sides of the track caused confusion, and Lewis Hamilton had an accident near the poster of the Loews Hairpin.  Remembering this poster, Williams Martini racer Massimoff told reporters: every time you enter that corner, let this woman look at you, this is just a photo, but it seems impossible.  At that time, the 2009 Grand Prix champion Jenson Button said: Every time you pass there, it is as if she is looking at you.  But now, the billboard is celebrating the return to the Monaco Grand Prix.Caroline Sipelson, vice president of global brand for MARTINI, told reporters: Today is the year when the Martini brand returns to the Monaco circuit.Although our advertising has changed a lot since then, bringing back the original works of art is our relationship with sports, and at the same time reminds the audience to share fun, charm and pure motor racing joy.Of course, more models will appear, and the driver will not be injured.