Aug 4, 1 year ago

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

2. Michael Schumacher and Luciano Burti (2001, German Grand Prix, Hockenholm)




Now this one’s not making the list only because it’s Schumacher. The accident was actually severe and kept the world guessing for quite sometime. Things went haywire as soon as the race started – Schumacher had problems with his car’s gears. And he chose to slow down. Luciano Burti, who was trailing behind, didn’t slow down and rammed into Schumacher’s car and flew up. It then landed on Enrique Bernoldi’s car. Thankfully no one was hurt & one of the best driver remains safe.

3. Mark Webber (2010, European Grand Prix, Valencia)




Ninth lap, turn number 13, and the car is in full speed. Webber is going on full speed. He eventually rams into the car of Heiki Kovalainen. As a result of this, Webber’s car went up in the air and made the came crashing down, upside down. In the end, nothing major happened. To everyone’s surprise, Webber came out of the car unhurt. This accident actually established how technology had progressed by leaps and bounds in the Formula One.

{Previous} {Next}

Sportstalk24

Sportstalk24 makes sure the users gets the best information about Live Cricket Score, Live football score, Sports Schedule and their favourite Sports Blog Posts.

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

No comments yet.

Leave a reply

More in Non-Olympic Sports
8:41 am, 4 weeks ago

Red Bull duo Hoping for best advantages from Renault upgrade

Daniel Ricciardo is set to be the first runner to try Renault’s hotly-anticipated ‘Spec C’ engine at Monza – and he and his teammate Max Verstappen were cautiously optimistic ahead of the Italian Grand Prix that the upgrade would do the business out …

2:29 am, 4 months ago

Lewis Hamilton‘s claims about Daniel Ricciardo‘s title hopes

Daniel Ricciardo clinched his first win at the Monaco GP. After a disastrous pitstop denied the Australian of a sure victory in 2016, this was sweet revenge. Sebastian Vettel claimed the second spot comfortably. Lewis Hamilton completed the podium pl…

9:56 pm, 4 months ago

1997 world champion make Claim about Ricciardo and Verstappen

Daniel Ricciardo is a better driver than his Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen, claim Jacques Villeneuve, the always outspoken 1997 world champion. The 1997 world champion knows a thing or two on how to be a successful F1 driver and it might be news R…