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Shoey, the celebration that was born in a brothel and reached Formula 1 with Daniel Ricciardo

The Australian celebrates every time he wins or takes the podium by drinking champagne from his boot.

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Everytime that Daniel Ricciardo win in the F1 or get on the podium express your joy with an old Australian tradition: put champagne in her boot and drink it in one sip. He did so, for example, after taking over the last Italian Grand Prix and achieve your first victory with McLaren. This unique celebration is known as Shoey and it has a centenary origin, although not exactly in Australia.

One of the earliest records of this custom dates back to 1902. One night, in a high-class brothel in Chicago (United States) called Everleigh club, a dancer lost one of her shoes. A member of the entourage of the prince henry of prussia He took it, filled it with champagne, and drank it.

Daniel RicciardoFrom that moment, the Prussian army adopted this ritual to celebrate their victories by filling the general's boots with some alcoholic beverage. While in the World War I German soldiers passed a boot of beer to summon good fortune before a battle.

For some reason, the Shoey made it to Australia, where it quickly became popular. The custom transcended the country's borders in 2016 when the aussie motorcyclist Jack Miller thus celebrated his first triumph in the MotoGP. That same year, Ricciardo also began to celebrate his successes in that way.

Daniel RicciardoThe rite includes sharing the "particular" container with someone else and that is something that Ricciardo has done on several occasions. Among those who accepted his invitation are the actor Patrick Stewart at the 2017 Canadian GP and to the very Max Verstappen. In Monza he did it with his teammate, the English Lando Norris; and his boss, Zak Brown.

The global significance that the Shoey achieved from what Miller and Ricciardo did, gave the celebration a new impetus in Australia to the point that Australian rugby fans began by celebrating the victories of their favorite clubs in this way.

 

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Diego durruty

Journalist with 32 years of experience. Worked in magazines STROKE, The graphic, teammate y Only TC, on the Internet sites SportsYa!, e-driver.com y kmcero.com and on the radios Rock pop y vorterix.com. He covered the Dakar rally for the German agency dpa. He is currently the director of the portals Automundo.com.ar y NationRPM.com, host the podcast motorbit and the magazine Two Daring Guys (Campeones Radio, Radio Arroba and Spotify). In addition, he is a columnist in WorldSport (AM 570) and teacher in SPORTS.

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