I left home at about 1 o'clock and headed for the skiing place where the Japan Rally Championship was held early Saturday morning. I attended the meeting as an official.
When I reached the designated meeting place at 3 o'clock, I found my role on the staff members' list.
To tell the truth, I wanted to watch rally vehicles moving at full speed at a viewing point set in the forest, but I was asked to stay at the starting point of the special stage in case an accident occurred. As a result, no accident that needed medical care occurred. I came to enjoy basking in the woods.
As I expected, the Japan Rally Championship was more pomp-filled than local competitions. The cars were awfully fast. They must be expensive. There were many service trucks at the service point. Those trucks seemed to be like a factory.
I posted some pictures in the album shown in the left column. Have a look at them.
bask in something ＜日ざしなど＞を浴びる