This morning, an article from Digital City informs me that the notorious boozers at the three day Australian motor race known as the Bathurst 1000 are have curbs put on their drinking. Apparently fed up with fights and drunkenness, officials are placing a limit on how much alcohol is permissible.
The limit? 24 cans of beer and four liters of wine. Per person per day.
Forget driving a thousand kilometers through the outback. 72 cans of lager — it has to be lager, right? — and 12 liters of wine in three days is the real test of endurance.