After the horrific accident a week ago in Spa, in which Anthoine Hubert died, this weekend in Monza, spectators were frightened by Formula 3 racer Alex Peroni, who drove off the track and over a high curb in the fastest bend of the track called Parabolika. the race management installed it to prevent racers from getting on time by driving off the designated track. The Campos race car took off at high speed into the air, where he did a pirouette and then landed on protective tires. The memory of the tragedy a week ago is still very much alive, so viewers were relieved when the Australian racer, despite a seemingly serious accident, got out of the car and walked to the ambulance, which then took him to the medical center for further examinations. The leadership of the race is
Former Formula One racer and Monaco Grand Prix winner Jean-Pierre Beltoise has died at the age of 77. Pierre was also the last to celebrate with the BRMs in Monaco, otherwise he began his career in motorcycling, where he won 11 French titles. He also got on four wheels, where he had a serious accident in a 12-hour race in Reims in 1964, in which he injured his left shoulder forever. Nonetheless, Beltoise continued to race and won titles in F3 and F2, then moved on to Formula One. His first F1 race was the US Grand Prix in 1967, and in the same year he won second place at the Dutch Grand Prix. He played with the Matras until the end of 1971, then transferred to Tyrrell and then to BRM, when he also won his first victory in F1. It's a year after that
Sergio Perez, I believe that the newcomer to Formula One and the Toro Rosso team, Max Verstappen, must trust himself and his talent, and not pay too much attention to the media, which talk too much about his youth. Namely, Verstappen comes to Formula One after only one season in the European Formula 3 series and at only 17 years old - he is becoming the youngest Formula One racer of all time. Because of that age, Villeneuve, the 1997 champion, has already described the event as one of the worst for Formula One, and the FIA has set a minimum age for a super license from 2016 onwards to 18 years. Nevertheless, Perez says so positively about him: “Red Bull saw something very positive about him. I’ve also heard quite a few positive things about him myself, which would make it nice to see him race. For once, it copes well with
The 2013 BRDC Autosport Award winner Matt Parry has finally come to his own. Parry passed a test of the McLaren MP4-26 car, with which Jenson Button won the Canadian Grand Prix in 2011. Matt came to the award after winning the title in the Renault Northern European Cup formula. Parry has already tested a Renault 3.5 and Formula 3 car, but as he says, nothing else can be compared to Formula One: “This is really a phenomenon, I can't find another word. It's hard to describe how fast the car is. I’ve never driven anything so fast before. Every gear has full power, that’s really amazing speed. I wasn’t scared, but I was a little nervous, but later I just enjoyed the ride. I drove all the laps I had at my disposal and I believe
With the title in the Formula 3,5 series, Caros Sainz is knocking on the door of the future of Formula One. Otherwise, the world is better known to his father, who reaped much success in the rally. The Spaniard says of his racing: “When I was nine, Alonso had already won Formula One races. I only saw him on TV. My father, however, has already retired from the sport where he raced in a rally that is very important in Spain. But when I turned 15, Red Bull called me and I couldn't say no! ”After karting, Carlos continued his career in one-seater. He became the best starter in the BMW Europe formula, then continued in the Eurocup formula Renault 2.0 and already on the first race came on stage for the winners. A year later (2011) he remained in the Renault 2.0 formula and dominated the Nort Eurpean Cup with 10 wins and 17 rankings between
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