Sky Sports F1’s Ted Kravitz reported that the Red Bull Racing crew were prevented from returning to the garage after the F1 Canadian Grand Prix race by searching for detection dogs.
At the F1 Canadian Grand Prix, Max Verstappen won his sixth win of the season and the Red Bull Racing crew enjoyed their glory. However, after the podium ceremony, the Red Bull Racing crew returned to Baddock, waiting to enter the garage to begin packing for the weekend.
Police regularly check the garage with a detection dog. Thankfully, no problems were found in the Red Bull Racing garage.
Arriving at the Red Bull Racing garage, Ted Kravitz said, “After the podium, there were detection dogs and police officers, so the team couldn’t return to the garage.”
He then went to a group of Red Bull Racing staff who were still standing outside the garage to get the latest information on the situation.
One staff member nodded when asked, “Are they still here? Did you see the detection dog and the policeman?”
“I couldn’t get back to the garage. It was weird,” Ted Krabitz, who followed up, jokingly asked if the detection dog had found a can of Red Bull.
“Did the detection dog look for a can of Red Bull? Did he find anything?”
“Canada detection dogs can find sweet and sweet sodas with plenty of explosives, narcotics, sugar and caffeine. Canadian detection dogs are clearly very talented.”
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