While some ran onto the course to fetch larger chunks of the Frenchman’s blue and pink car, the sheer amount of small pieces required further remediation. The track dispatched its cleanup crew, a duo of ATVs with pull-behind attachments to rid the surface of the remnants. It’s hard to determine exactly what make and model these machines are, but our speculation is that the dark green quad headed toward the camera in the image seen here is a BRP Outlander from the 2004–2008 era. It tows what looks like a fan device to move smaller particles off the pavement. The bright yellow and black machine further down the track appears to be a newer Can-Am Outlander, and it drags what is effectively a large broom. We’re happy to see the world’s predominant motorsport using ATVs to handle work duty, even if it is dirty work.