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The accident in the Australian F1 GP: Villeneuve and Ralf Shumacher did not died. The person who got killed was a race marshall
5:39 is harrowing, you can actually see his lifeless body on the dirt🥺
can you please get the age restricted off please
11:48 adrien born on 19 november
I felt like those accident weren’t deadly… I think I played GTA too much…
sticKS ON FIRRRRE! BIGGER!
The final fatal crash (Henry Surtees), the impact of him hitting the wall isn’t what killed him. If you notice the first accident of this clip, you will see the first car hit the wall and lose a wheel. At 13:13 you will see the wheel strike Henry on the top of the helmet in his car (blue/yellow car) and this is when he loses conscious and his foot sticks on the accelerator and he crashes into the wall. He was airlifted to a hospital in London and was later pronounced dead. I was confused after watching this video and wanted more information on it and this is what I found. May him and all the others who lost their lives doing what they love Rest In Peace.
I wasn't expecting Brocky…
Oh god I think Im Gonna tear up again…
You forgot Dale Earnhardt's 2001 Daytona 500 crash
At least they died doing what they love the most… RIP
where is dale earnhard
RIP to all of them, so sad…
Oh no the Japanese motorcyclist died even in his home race. That sucks
also why is the volume soft i can barely hear it
10:57 what really happened?
Wtf.. why'd he drive into the finish line???
Imagine surviving a bad crash like this and then you die from internal bleeding
Eric Martin's death was totally avoidable if track caution lights were working during practice and, oh yeah, FUCKING RADIO COMMS, like WTF?!?!?!?!
0:16 Forza checkpoints be like:
For real though this is so sad.
Peter Brock in 2006 I remember as a four year old watching the news when it showed Brockys crash, we lost a true Australian Motorsport legend. 5 days earlier we lost Steve Irwin. Two Australian legends gone in a couple of days so very sad 😢
You left out Scott Kalitta at Englishtown in 2008.
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