YouTube-famous sketch artist and comedian Conor Moore has gone viral with his offbeat take on the F1 drivers and their Team Principals once again as the Irish star brought out his “summer break special” episode on team discussions being held at the various F1 team quarters. The video has been reshared multiple times on various social media as frenzied fans had a laugh and gave hilarious reactions to Moore’s imitation of key F1 personnel like Christian Horner, Toto Wolff, Max Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton, Sergio Perez, and many others.
The video, which is set in a parody style, has made fun of the various racers in a very light setting, and fans enjoyed the way Conor Moore nailed the impersonations of the various drivers. Most fans have commented on Moore’s uncanny imitation of Max Verstappen, while some others found it really funny the way he made him his look for Toto Wolff’s role. The video, titled “F1 Teams Summer Break Evaluation” released on YouTube on Moore’s own channel and has already got over 3,00,000 views in the first seven hours only.
Famous sketch artist Conor Moore’s F1 summer break special video goes viral on YouTube
Conor Moore’s videos have always managed to tickle the F1 fans’ funnybones as the artist does some perfect imitations of the various racers and other personnel on the F1 paddocks. The recent video that was released on his YouTube channel shows the various racers and their Team Bosses chatting about their performances in the season so far in some imaginary meetings. Moore picked five teams for his video, namely, Red Bull, Mercedes, Ferrari, McLaren, and Haas.
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The sketch starts with Conor Moore doing a hilarious mimicry of Christian Horner who agrees with his two Red Bull racers that the World Championship is already in their grabs, and then it shifts to the Mercedes meeting where Conor appears as Lewis Hamilton, wearing loads of jewelry and piercings. Then, at Ferrari, Conor nails the impersonation of Charles Leclerc who cries “No!” just like the actual Leclerc did when his car broke down at the French Grand Prix.
The last two teams to feature on Conor Moore’s video are McLaren, where Zak Brown and Lando Norris are interrupted with Daniel Ricciardo’s infectious laughter every time they try to seriously discuss their disappointing campaign this season, and then we get to see Guenther Steiner in a solo feature, asking Gene Haas to send more funds for the team.