|This is a re-make of the first Alfa to race in F1, which was in 1950.
Before showing you cars on track, here's some of the things we saw around the track. If you're wondering, the Alfa Romeo tent had the best coffee anywhere at the track, and it was free!
|And of course you can pose in their car on track (OK, it's cardboard and it's not on track)
but it's a fun photo. Hey, and if you post your photo on line and tag it, they'll
give you an Alfa hat or Alfa flag!
|I picked the flag! Alfa logo in green, on the red COTA track.
|Next to the Alfa tent, was a display for Carrera sunglasses. I spotted Alfa driver
Antonio Giovinazzi in there taking photos with fans!
|Then I met this Sergio Perez fan! Sergio being from Mexico, I guess
it makes sense that some of his fans are wrestlers, or Luchadores!
|Remember I said it was like going to the State Fair?
We came back later and watched the guy get shot
out of the canon back there! Scroll down for the video too!
|Walking on the pedestrian bridge to the infield, just part of the
track. Every F1 track has a different paint scheme, so when
you see this many red white and blue stars, you can
bet it's in the USA.
|F4 drivers have fans too!
The F1 teams had times on Saturday when their drivers
went to the Amphitheater and signed autographs.
|Pedestrian bridge. Not sure if I've bought enough Pirelli tires
to pay for that sign, but my FIAT had their tires as OEM.
|One of the F4 cars about to go on track.
|TV camera guy, high in the sky. No idea how many cameras it takes for
an F1 broadcast,but it's a lot! There was a remote controlled
camera in front of our grandstand at turn 12.
|Masters cars on track