In addition to the McLaren F1 driver, there was also his management (Mark Berryman and Fraser Sheader), his athletic trainer, personal videographer and a videographer of the production of the Netflix series, "Drive to Survive". Waiting for him was the OTK Kart Group boss, Roberto Robazzi, the staff of the communication department of the Italian company headed by Erica Robazzi, Ricky Flynn, owner and founder of Ricky Flynn Motorsport (a team for which Lando ran the most prestigious races) and ... and then us at TKART who, when it comes to sneaking into this type of exclusive occasion, always try (and often succeed)!
Finally, at 11.30, Lando really arrived: he got out of a black van, smiled, talked, listened to the briefing that the video workers gave him. He also found time to say hello: "We haven't seen each other for a while." Indeed, several years have passed (and centimetres, since he was struggling to reach one and a half metres in height ...) since the last post-race chat, when he raced (and won) in the KFJ and KF classes in 2013-2014. We had met the shy child Lando, immersed in a world of people bigger than him, but despite this, thanks to his speed and determination, he was always able to gain everyone’s respect. We found him light-hearted, but incredibly mature, turned into one of the greatest talents in F1, king of social networks and able to earn compliments for his driving from a certain Lewis Hamilton. Yet there is one aspect that has not changed: that measured and normal attitude, that of an anti-star, a guy who is totally dedicated to the profession of driving. Despite the autographs, the TV, and the "followers".