Formula 1 is gaining more international fame every day. But with that fame comes compromises. The biggest compromise of all is security. The recent Australian Grand Prix was marred by a serious safety breach when track invaders entered the Albert Park while the F1 were still performing a few circuits after the Aussie GP.
Australian Grand Prix Corporation had a tough time identifying perpetrators until now. According to updates, the Australian Grand Prix Corporation has already retrieved photos of six suspects who they believe caused the commotion at the Australian GP. Victoria Police is assisting the organizers in this process. It’s expected that those involved in the track invasion will be identified shortly.
The organizers have hinted at a possible suspension for the perpetrators if they are caught. The organisers have stated that “we’ve identified five to six persons of interests who breached early the track, and we would like to talk to them.” We will never tolerate it or accept it. People need to understand that this was a very risky undertaking.
Organizers of the Australian GP are interested in the motives of the perpetrators
The organisers said that they would investigate the people who were reportedly responsible for the incident at the Australian Grand Prix. “We will find out what their understanding or motivation was, and whether they did it with malicious intent, or subconsciously found themselves there.” I would not want to make any assumptions until we have had a chance to speak to them.”
The Australian Grand Prix Corporation has started their own investigation. They claim that they will submit a report on their search to FIA before June 30.