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  1. Ma guarda che ? un film, non un documentario!A me ? piaciuto, come Driven, dove gli incidenti sono fantadistruttivi!
  2. Ciao a tutti, vorrei sapere se esistono film basati sulla F1 e altre categorie come"Driven"...
  3. Un motociclista sudafricano, Elmer Symons e' morto durante la quarta tappa della Dakar 2007. Lo ha annunciato la direzione della corsa. Symons, 29 anni, era alla sua prima Dakar come concorrente dopo aver partecipato a due edizioni nelle squadre di assistenza.
  4. Ci fu un'incidente simile a quello di Yokohama......... Marcel Albers, British Formula 3 1992: A terrible crash in the British Formula 3 claimed the life of a promising Dutchman Marcel Albers. Below are 2 descriptions of the accident: "20.04.92 (April 20th, 1992) F3:- Dutch Formula 3 driver Marcel Albers died when he crashed during the Formula Three race at Thruxton. The 25 year-old was given emergency treatment but did not survive. Three spectators including a small child, were treated for minor injuries and the race was abandoned. Victory was awarded to Gil de Ferran. "He went off the track after the accident and into the spectator fencing which fortunately held and prevented spectators from being injured," said a spokesman for the circuit." ........................................................ "Basically, I was told he went over the back wheels of another car on the approach to the chicane, his car rolled, and the roll hoop broke off in one of the rolls, his car then hit the spectator fence and rolled back onto the track. There are two stories of what happened to him depending on who you talk too, either his crash helmet was ripped off in the accident, or he was decapatated, although he was taken to Hospital (standard practice here) he was dead at the circuit. My friend who was standing in the spectator area burned his clothes afterwards because he was covered in blood, one of the spectators injured was a baby in a pushchair that was hit by a wheel (the baby was only slightly injured)."
  5. La diretta dell'incidente di Ota: Ota
  6. Cerca indietro, avevo postato il video su richiesta. Cmq si ? rotto l'osso del collo sul muretto di protezione, l'altra macchina ? quella dell'italiano Biagi.
  7. Eh Hakkinen con la f1 biposto sulla neve!!!Ve lo ricordate?
  8. Gara della Nascar sospesa Indy Mahhh??
  9. Va beh,anche quello di Muller che dici te non ? mortale,anche se ? certamente agghiacciante da vedere...sempre che tu ti riferisca all'incidente alla partenza della 1000 km del Nurburgring,ma penso che sia quello...quello di Ota ? spettacolare come pochi,sembra un film con effetti speciali pi? che un incidente... Si Muller ha avuto due incidenti simili, dove ? rimasto bruciato in entrambi.Il 1 non mortale ? quello dove si vede lui in fiamme e il 2 viene inquadrata la macchina con lui all'interno con fiamme alte 3 metri! Di Ota avevo un file con il sonoro 5.1.
  10. 1.Gordon Smiley (mai visto tanta violenza d'impatto!) 2. Herbert Muller (videoshock, ? stato ripreso mentre bruciava!) 3.Takashi Yokoyama (quello che ha preso il cartellone pubblicitario a 5 metri d'altezza!) Tetsuya Ota, non mortale ma veramente agghiacciante.
  11. Ricordo: - la gara di f3 o 3000 del 2004 vista in diretta dove la pioggia si trasform? in neve(Spagna) -Nascar a Nazareth gara sospesa per neve(credo nel 98) -ultimamente ho visto un documentario sulle 2 ruote nel quale facevano riferimento ad una gara del mondiale moto in (Finlandia? mi sembra) anni 70 con gara sospesa per bufera.
  12. Purtroppo si. On May 1, at the beginning of the 1972 practice season, Jim Malloy was sent out to test the track, for he had been driving at speeds as high as 185 mph during tire tests. He drove 180 mph and decided with the chief steward, Harlan Fengler, that the 170 mph limit could be lifted for '72. On Sunday Morning, May 14th, he turned in a lap at 186mph and was going into the 3rd Turn when he lost control of the car. He had no time to apply the brakes and the Thermo King Eagle veered right and crashed almost head-on into the wall. There were skid marks for 75 feet and car parts scattered 150 yards away. A USAC official said it crumpled up the steering column and folded the tub right back into the rest of the car. It took more than 10 minutes to extricate Malloy, unconscious, fom the car. He had head injuries, fractures of both legs and hips, a broken right arm, and second-degree burns on his hands and feet. Never having regained consciousness, Malloy died four days later - five days before his 37th birthday
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