The sandwich packaging on Alonso’s Alpine, which is the strangest reason in F1, is the latest situation of race retirements and retirements.
FNernando Alonso already knew where to leave due to blocked brakes. As early as 2015, when McLaren came to Spain, he had to leave the game to participate in a similar game I went with the Alps in Bahrain last Sunday. Then there are the helmets and goggles of other pilots, which were ripped off and thrown away after being soiled. This is the same as what happened to Sirotkin and his Williams in Australia in 2018 the same. In Sakhir, it’s a sandwich wrapper, There are only a few people in the stands, which is really unlucky.
In any situation, By far this is not the strangest reason many pilots give up An F1 Grand Prix, something really strange. Fernando happened to win one of the most bizarre events in Singapore in 2008. This was the first night game ever. One-third of the games were: Nelsinho Piquet’s car accident, Which brought him to the subsequent sanctions along with Briatore and Symonds, And the historic pit stop, in that race, Massa occupied the entire hose In the pit lane. He did not quit, but lost the game and the World Cup there.
Another person who stood up early in the same game was moved Mark Weber, He had to park his Red Bull when changing gears, but got two more at the same time, the fifth and seventh were neither more nor less. “We found that a momentary electrical pulse triggered the valve that controls the gearbox,” explains Christian Horner. The interference clearly came from the tram line below the curve. When Mark bypasses the curve through the ground, the quiescent current from there passes.
The precedent for the Massa hose is Christijan Albers, who tracked the sport in the French Grand Prix a year ago.In that season, the Dutch were prolific under rare circumstances In his Australian debut, he left the track when the team’s radio receiver suddenly popped out of his ears, Caught by the seat belt. Distracted when he looked at where he was, he braked around the bend 30 meters later and finally reached the gravel.
Although for Panic, Olvier Panis in 2004. During the race, the fire extinguisher exploded on the 17th lap of the race. He himself explained what happened: “The spray is everywhere, on the steering wheel and on the goggles. This means I can’t see anything. Ishiba” affirmed Gaul of Toyota.
Another well-known panic is Stefan Johansson (Stefan Johansson) crossed a deer in 1987 and crossed the Ostreisinger circuit in Austria. The McLaren team saved lives and created a miraculous car, just like Massa’s separation from Barrichello’s BAR team in the spring of 2009, saving his life. In both cases, it is in the pre-match stage.He was really hit in the game Gerhard Berger… his colleague Alesi’s Ferrari miniature car camera In 1995 in Italy. It leaned on the front suspension and operated like a bullet, so he had to give up the red doubles.
In these panics, discovering unexpected elements is a classic move.one of them Heidfield in Brazil 2002 Take the cake when the German tries to avoid the safety car from stopping in the middle of the track Until the driver’s door is opened…
Unexpected too Herbert Trying to cheer, he was not able to do so until he left the track at the 1998 Italian Grand Prix. The mechanic left a wrench in the cab, He began to dance to the creak of the car until the car got wedged where it shouldn’t be.
The most absurd farewell may be Nigel Mansell of Canada in 1991Is a profession he has mastered from start to finish, On the last lap, he dedicated his life to greet the citizens of Montreal. The speed dropped so fast that the car eventually penetrated, although other sources said He accidentally pressed the ignition button while waving (Newey). Piquet admitted that when he overtook the British on the track, he hardly won from laughter… “This is the victory of luck over stupidity”The Brazilian said in his final victory in sports.
In the end, we left some of the most ordinary things. One of the Laffites misunderstood the liquid used in the lenses and sprinkled so much soap on his eyes that he could not go out to participate in the 1975 American Grand Prix. Run out of gasoline Despite repeated warnings from the team. This happened to Jean Alesi in Australia in 1997.
All of these will not forget the most interesting things. In Bahrain in 2010, F1 showed a new era of communication with poor Robert Kubica. He noticed a mobile phone in the cabin of his Renault…