Lovers of motor racing from the Polish city of Lubin came up with how to look at an interesting sight from outside of the race track.
Because the territory itself was allowed only 25 per cent of the audience, the rest would have to stay without any thrills.
However, some fans still managed to see the race and to maintain social distance, reports the Daily Mail.
They rented 21 crane, climbed above the track higher and thus become full-fledged participants of the event, in fact, not approaching the track and not breaking any rules.
The Polish website of sports news WP Sportowe Fakty reports that at the start of the national League Speedway this year outside the Stadion żużlowy Motor Lublin was seen only three cranes, but then their number increased with every race. One of the authors ideas about the use of cranes Arthur Banaszewski told a Polish newspaper that now the fans literally bombarded him with questions.
This is not the first case when sports fans use construction cranes to bypass the rules at sporting events. A couple of years a fan of the Turkish football club Amigo Ali, after he has banned to appear in the stadium, rented a crane to support your club with extraordinary height.