Wednesday, April 15, 2009
National Driving Styles
I'm told that the countries competing in the Fifties and Sixties has their own respective driving styles. The Italians, for example, tended to show off a bit, waiting until the grandstand to pass other drivers and waving to the crowd. By contrast, Stirling Moss and other British drivers tended to be cool and understated, like technocrats prosecuting the race. Does this observation hold up, in your opinion? Do you have other examples you'd care to share?