@david-a I would say this crash for Rosberg was worse – brake disc failure leading to a very sudden deceleration to a stop:
This was in this article a while back:
While on his way to the F3 Euroseries crown, Bianchi popped over to the British championship for two meetings. In the second of those he won both races at the Autodrmo Internacional do Algarve, beating the likes of Daniel Ricciardo (who took the title that weekend) and Valtteri Bottas (another invitational driver). He’s in car 91 in this video:
Disallowing using the car number 17 in the future.
Stuff like this strikes me as tokenism. If you’re going to make a tribute, do it properly. It’s not as if 17 was associated with Bianchi the way 27 is with Villeneuve.
@junior-pilot Love the Benetton B189. One of my absolute favourites.
Funnily enough, most of Benetton’s pre-Briatore liveries were great.
There’s a lot of drivers you could put in this list. Leaving aside the grim toll of those who died too young, I’d have to pick Stefano Modena.
An ace in karts, thrilling in Formula 3000, there were only glimpses of his ability in Formula One, and several stories about his woeful lack of application.
Merhi has been thrown out of race one and barred from participating in race two for causing the crash.
— WorldSeriesbyRenault (@WSR_Live) July 12, 2015
It’s a tough decision but I think it’s the correct one. It’s simply too dangerous to slow down that suddenly after the finishing line.
I haven’t reviewed that one, I generally don’t bother with photo books.
I live in hope that one day a British race winner will launch into a lusty rendition of the following:
A new trailer for the game has appeared today:
Christopher Hoher will make his debut with Campos this weekend in place of Samin Gomez.
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