Wednesday, 7 October 2009

Breaking News.

Australian race fans told to keep to 24 cans of beer a day: Police have issued restrictions on alcohol at the forthcoming Bathurst 1,000 car race
Police in charge of the Bathurst 1,000 car race in Bathurst, New South Wales, issued the restrictions before the start of the four-day event this Thursday.
Spectators are limited to one 24-can case each of full-strength beer, although if revellers are willing to consume lower-strength alcohol (3.5% abv or less) they will be entitled to a more satisfactory 36 cans.
Wine lovers have not escaped the heavy hand of the law either, being restricted to a punitive four litres a day.

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Blogger Matthew Adams said...

hmm, maybe I am a bit of a cadbury, but if I drank 24 cans of beer (even spread out over a day), I would be over the safety fence and on the track getting ready to race the next car to the finish line, making all the appropiate brooom brooom noises.

7 October 2009 6:45:00 am GMT-5  
Blogger Kieran said...

It's true, that is a hideously large amount of alcohol, as a 'duty manager' who knows the blood alcohol level laws etc. and as a high tolerance wino whose own tolerance only decreases with age.

7 October 2009 7:46:00 am GMT-5  
Blogger Ray Davis said...

What are the limits for the drivers?

11 October 2009 10:31:00 am GMT-5  

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