CCTV-footage shows how the robbers went for all-wheel drive traction in order to safely crash though the doors before stealing the 60 trophies from Red Bull Racing's headquarters, only to dump some of them in a lake while hiding from the police.
As reported earlier, the team of six criminal masterminds used two cars with German tags, one of which was a dark Mercedes wagon. Their other choice, a silver Subaru Legacy was used as a ram to create a spacious passage through the glass walls of Red Bull Racing. In reverse:
The BBC reports that while the trophies were probably stolen for their scrap value, team principal Christian said their monetary value was in fact "minimal", but for the team at Milton Keynes, their emotional value remains far greater.
Understandably, they want them back, wet or dry.