Racing may be about what happens on the track and in the pits, but we depend on announcers to help make sense of everything. Sometimes they're enlightening, sometimes they're cringe-inducing, sometimes they're the funniest thing on TV that week. What's the best racing commentary ever caught in video?
John Hindhaugh is a man who clearly takes his job seriously. The intensity and gravity of his play-by-play during the IFMAR 1/10th World Championships is utterly at odds with the spectacle of watching radio-controlled cars zipping around this garage-sized track in Bangkok — you'd think he was calling Hamilton and Vettel and Alonso and Kobayashi all bunched up together at Monaco instead of a bunch of ankle-high pro-grade toys. This is professionalism at its finest.
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