Indigenous Australians welcome Audi team with a ceremony
A special reception for Phoenix Racing at the Bathurst 12 Hour: At the beginning of the race weekend in Australia, a small group from the local indigenous community welcomed Ernst Moser’s squad with a unique ceremony. A group danced to the rhythms of a Yidaki wood wind instrument, also known as a Didgeridoo. In addition, the members of the Wiradyuri community lightly brushed all team members and the race car with eucalyptus leaves – a custom that symbolizes an act of paving the way for a positive spirit. The livery of the Audi R8 LMS from Phoenix Racing takes its cue from the local community of indigenous Australians.
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