Aug 4, 1 year ago

WATCH : Video of “Deadliest Crashes” in the History of Formula One

4. The huge Belgian pile-up (1998, Belgium Grand Prix)

If you’re thinking numbers, the Belgium Grand Prix can be called the greatest disaster on the circuit. Because as many as 14 cars piled up one on the other. This happened because British driver David Coulthard gave full throttle on a wet track. His car slipped and all the cars crashed one after another. Hence, the Belgian pile-up.

5. Nick Heidfield and Takuma Sato (2002, Austrian Grand Prix)


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