EVEN FOR PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS WITH YEARS OF EXPERIENCE, IT IS STILL CHALLENGING TO DRIVE AND CONTROL A SUPERCAR EXCEEDING 200 MPH. FORMULA ONE DRIVERS ACQUIRE THE SKILLS NEEDED TO CONTROL THESE REBELLIOUS HORSES THROUGH THE YEARS, BUT THEY ARE ALWAYS AT RISK OF ACCIDENTS AND INJURIES. LET’S TAKE A LOOK AT SOME OF THE WORST CRASHES IN F1
The 1982 Belgian GP was the day that Formula1 lost teh Candian.
A day no Formula 1 fan will forget. The 1994 San Marino GP marks the loss of a Formula one legend.
Schumacher's last F1 race ended very tragically with Vitantonio Luzzi's car almost reaching Michael's head.
One of the most moments in F1. The slippery Sakura track at the 2014 Japanese GP, saw us losing a Ferrari Prodigy
Grosjean had a hard collision with the barries and we saw his car burst into flames. It is a miracle he is still alive, and with with us.