You haven’t seen this? I saw this live on TV. Back at that time the start straight was on a different part of the circuit and there were formation laps. It was very foggy and visibility was the most vital issue. I think it was Coulthard’s McLaren which, due to visibility issue ran into the car in front or his right, even I can’t tell, and it happened in a very narrow part of the circuit with barriers on both sides. Within seconds about 8 to 10 cars got involved in a series of accidents, and there were debris all over the place.
Only the first 3 or 4 drivers got away I think, benefits of starting from the front I suppose. I’ll look for a better video.
Not that I am condoning violence but any means but I like the fact that Michael could storm anothers pits and crack it! It shows they care!! There is footage on You Tube where Senna grabs Schumacher on the throat in “a friendly manner” and says ‘never do that again’ (1992 maybe??). Some others not on the web is Mansell grabbing Senna at Spa in 1987 (took a few pit crew to get him off) or Senna hitting Eddie Irvine (not sure where, Hungury maybe??)
My all time favourite?? Nelson Piquet at Germany (maybe 1981 or 82) doing a front kick that my 4 year old daughter would block- “Oh hey, I did I session of Ju Jitzsu!! in year 1″
@aish Oh right, no, before the recent re-profiling of the Bus Stop and the new pit garages, the pit straight was curved. It was still in the same place though, between the Bus Stop and La Source. Not that had anything to do with the accident after La Source though.