3D video of Robert Kubica’s crash

German television channel RTL have created this 3D video of Robert Kubica’s enormous 75g crash in the Canadian Grand Prix.

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6 comments on 3D video of Robert Kubica’s crash

  1. A great illustration of how well the survival cell and anti-rollover hoop protected the driver whilst so much energy was absorbed (and released) elsewhere.

  2. Khurram said on 4th July 2007, 6:33

    Reported 75g value cannot be correct. May 7.5g is what he may have experienced. Above 16g, he wouldn’t have survived.

  3. Plenty of people have survived impacts when the G forces were momentarily way above 16g. David Purley survived something in the order of 168g.

  4. In CART (now Champ Car) ex-F1 drivers like Mauricio Gugelmin and Mark Blundell survived crashes with G-forces measured in hundreds.

  5. the wheels flying around in high speed, that looks scary

  6. Peter said on 21st July 2007, 4:43

    This message is for the massively ignorant Khurram. If you got your facts straight mate, you will find that David Purley endured 179.8g in a crash in Silverstone in 1977, and survived, so basically this portays you as an extremely ignorant person.

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