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Bloopers in F1

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    If you remember some strange moment in F1 (not just drivers) mention it here. If you have a video, much better!

    Let’s start with Schum in Hungary lat year, where he confused his grid slot and caused another warm-up lap

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    That was funny.

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    This was the same trick that Giancarlo Fisichella perfected at Sepang.

    Firstly in 2001 driving for Benetton:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EzAA_4XNiA

    And again in 2003 driving for Jordan:

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    Liuzzi was hillarious
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKa4sqUf3SU

    And another one which is nowhere near as funny

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    I was going to post of video of Montoya spinning at the end of the formation lap in Australia in 2006, but then I came across this video of Montoya nearly crashing the car in the same race whilst behind the safety car which I don’t remember seeing when I watched the full race.

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    shocked by Peterson video. I intended this thread as something “lighter”, and well, saying that, let’s remember this:

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    Well, how could we forget.

    The unexpected track debut of Jeep F1’s single car entry.

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    Wouldn’t have been wrong in 2007-2012:

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