This Thursday, Fernando Alonso was the great protagonist. The Spaniard suffered a severe accident while riding a bicycle through the streets of Lugano, Switzerland, where you currently reside. The pilot of Formula 1 He suffered a small jaw fracture, and fortunately the incident did not happen to adults. In his long career as a pilot, his heart was in his mouth several times.
Fernando Alonso’s first major accident in Formula 1 occurred in the 2003 Brazilian Grand Prix. The Spaniard came at high speed in the last corner of the Interlagos circuit and hit a wheel that had been left on the asphalt, from an accident previous. The crash caused some injuries to Alonso, who had to be removed by ambulance from the circuit.
During lap 43 of the 2004 Monaco Grand Prix, Alonso crashed at high speed in one of the fastest parts of the urban layout. At the famous tunnel curve, the Spaniard wanted to overtake Ralf Schumacher and hit the wall. When getting out of the car, Alonso hoped that Schumacher would go all the way around the circuit, to make gestures and insult him.
At the start of the 2018 Belgian Grand Prix, Nico Hulkenberg hit the back of the Mclaren de Alonso, who was contesting the last races in the category (he will return in 2021). When hitting him, the Asturian collided with Charles Leclerc and went over his head. Fortunately, the security HALO protected the Monegasque.
In his time at McLaren Sling, Alonso did not have good seasons. The Asturian fought in the back positions and was about to pass the Mexican Esteban Gutierrez. However, while attempting the pass, Alonso hit the rear of Gutierrez’s Haas. When he crashed into the barriers, Alonso was thrown and overturned in one of the most spectacular images of Formula 1.
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