Scotch taping of windows suggested to Bakuvians to prevent glass bursting from engines of F1 cars
Baku, Fineko/abc.az. The Azerbaijani government encourages the citizens to take safety measures in connection with Grand Prix of Europe in F1 class in Baku.
Youth & Sports Azad Ragimov of Azerbaijan says that the owners of shops on the ground floors of buildings in front of which a race track is running must take security measures as shop glass can break because of too loud sound of the engines of the F1 cars.
"This practice exists. Although the window glass are thick, I can advise just in case to install the supports for the glass to prevent their breaking due to resonance or stick glass with tape criss-cross on the old tradition," Ragimov said.
At that, he urged the residents of the capital to learn how to earn on F1.
"If the law does not forbid, then let people to earn, why not?! In Monaco races have been organized for 50 years, and residents of the city regard this event not only as a race but as a source of income," the minister said.
The races of the Grand Prix of Europe will take place in Baku on 17-19 June: 17 June - training sessions, 18 June – qualification, and on 19 June – the Grand Prix.