One of the most famous was in Bahrain in 2020, when Romain Grosjean's Haas car caught fire and crashed into a fence, a safety device that saved him from being "beheaded". Love Speed Romeo's Zhou Guanyu at Sunday's British Grand Prix is just the latest example - and he will almost certainly not be the last. Zhou Guanyu's crash review The crash of Aikuai Romeo driver Zhou Guanyu occurred on Sunday (July 3) at the F1 British Grand Prix at Silverstone. In the first corner of the race, Mercedes-Benz's George Russell and Alpha Tauri's Pierre Gasly touched and Russell's car spun Below, it hit the edge of Zhou Guanyu's racing car at 200 mph.
The car driven by the first F1 racing driver in Chinese history was overturned, the bottom of the car brushed the sand and gravel buffer zone on the industry email list edge of the track, and then turned into the large guardrail buffered in front of the grandstand. The car was sandwiched between the guardrail and the stands. Zhou Guanyu was trapped in the car for a short time because the rescuers could not reach this unusual trapped place in the first time. However, Zhou Guanyu was finally rescued by the medical team and was declared uninjured after an examination at the medical center.
He said afterwards that he believed his life was saved by the protection device of the Halo system. Russell later called the crash an "extremely appalling and horrific event", saying it was even more terrifying for fans in the stands near the crash site. Russell, who is also director of the Grand Prix Drivers' Association, also said that the racing community needs to draw lessons from this incident. 1 2 » Read the full text Don't want to paginate?