Last weekend saw the start of our highly-anticipated F1 race, and no, this is not the first time such an incident has happened – if you were wondering.
During the Singapore Grand Prix race on Sunday, F1 race driver Nico Hulkenberg was involved in a heavy crash which saw the safety car deployed.
The race was shortly restarted, with Nico Hulkenberg leading in the race. It was when they turned the corner when they saw the road marshall in orange on the driving lane. The road marshall returned to the track to retrieve one last piece of debris from Hulkenberg’s initial crash and got the fright of his life.
The road marshall returned to the track to retrieve one last piece of debris from Hulkenberg’s initial crash and got the fright of his life.
Thankfully, once he saw the cars coming for him, he scrambled to the sidelines just in time before the cars whizzed by him.
— McLaren Team (@McLarenTeamF1) September 18, 2016
Investigations are currently in place to ensure the safety of all road marshalls. From reports, it was noted that the track was clear of all people before the race started.
Formula One’s governing body, the FIA, will conduct a report to discover how he found himself on the track while the race was ongoing.
But that was clearly not the case.
Race control had apparently confirmed with the clerk of the course that the track was clear of people and material, but obviously that was not the case.
This article was first published on Goodyfeed.com
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