WATCH: From Alonso in Belgium to Kubica in Canada – 20 times F1 cars went airborne


With Formula 1 cars rocketing around race tracks in close proximity together, collisions are a frequent occurrence – and some can be incredibly dramatic to witness.

Here we have dug into the F1 archive and travelled back to 20 moments from history when cars went airborne.

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From Fernando Alonso’s high-flying collision at the 2018 Belgian Grand Prix, to Martin Brundle’s dramatic crash in Australia in 1996, all are remarkable to watch.

Thankfully safety in F1 has been elevated to such a level that the drivers were all unharmed, which is always the most important aspect of any incident.

Click play on the video above to watch 20 moments when F1 cars went airborne.



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