Alonso, Schumacher, Vettel; just to name a few.
Out of the bunch, I’ve dreamt for a ride in Hamilton’s McLaren, or at least for him to flash me his signature toothy grin.
That dream came true (partly) when I found myself at the heart of this year’s Grand Prix.
With three other classmates – Muhammad Dzar Hanafi, Elizabeth Boon and Liau Jian Hao and lecturer Azhar Abdul-Salam – our team raced against time to produce a series of videos for Singapore Grand Prix in a span of four days.
|The show must go on, be it rain or shine|
Even when the clouds tore open and poured with rain, Dzar and Jian Hao, who were the primary cameramen, soldiered on.
The race must go on, so they say.
Off the tracks, Elizabeth and I pieced the footages together using the Final Cut Pro software.
As we kept ourselves busy editing the video in a room under The Float @ Marina Bay, minutes quickly turned into hours.
We soon became engrossed in what we do and even lost track of time.
Only the occasional piercing sounds of the cars racing by the floating platform reminded us of where we were.
|All play and no work makes Jack a dull boy|