Australian Racing Fans Limited To "Only" 24 Beers A Day (PHOTOS)
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Australian police are gearing up for an annual crackdown on motor-racing fans - limiting race-goers to 24 cans of beer a day.
The BBC reported that police at the Bathurst 1000, a 1,000km (621 mile) race with V8 engine cars, would restrict fans to drinking one "slab" (24 cans) of beer a day.
Wine drinkers, the BBC noted, were not exempt, and were only allowed four liters a day.
Below are some of the more alcohol soaked images of previous years at the Bathurst 1000.
|October 12, 2008|