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Background imageSmash Collection: Formula One World Championship: Graham Hill climbs from the wreckage of his Lotus 49B

Formula One World Championship: Graham Hill climbs from the wreckage of his Lotus 49B
Graham Hill (GBR) climbs from the wreckage of his Lotus 49B, his rear wing having collapsed on the ninth lap. The accident illustrated the worthiness of Armco barriers

Background imageSmash Collection: Le Mans 24 Hour Race: The Scuderia Filipinetti Ford GT40 of Peter Sutcliffe

Le Mans 24 Hour Race: The Scuderia Filipinetti Ford GT40 of Peter Sutcliffe
The Scuderia Filipinetti Ford GT40 of Peter Sutcliffe (GBR) and Dieter Spoerry (SUI) is removed from the circuit after crashing out of the race. Le Mans 24 Hours Race, Le Sarthe, France, 19 June 1966

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Formula One World Championship
The aftermath of the fatal accident suffered in pre-racing testing the week before the GP by Peter Revson (USA) in his Shadow DN3

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Australian V8 Supercars
Paul Radisich (NZL) Shell Helix Racing Ford Falcon was out for the weekend after being punted by his team mate Steven Johnson (AUS) at the start of Race One

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British Formula Three Championship
(L to R): Ayrton Senna (BRA) looks on at his West Surrey Racing Ralt Toyota RT3/83 which sits perched upon championship rival Martin Brundles (Right) (GBR)

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Formula One World Championship
This Ecurie Pan Am sports car met a sorry end on one of the Grand Prix support races. Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, 24 May 1964

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Formula One World Championship
The damaged guardrail and front end of the Ensign N176 of Jacky Ickx (BEL), which pitched into the guardrail on lap 15, ripping the car in two and caught fire

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Formula One World Championship
It took over half an hour to free Ian Ashley (GBR) from the wreckage of his Hesketh 308E that somersaulted and hit a television tower during practice

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Formula One World Championship
Rupert Keegan (GBR) is put into the circuit ambulance having crashed his Hesketh 308E (Right) into the back of the Surtees TS19 of Hans Binder (AUT) on lap 33. Keegan escaped with severe bruising

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Formula One World Championship
Hans-Joachim Stuck (GER) March 741 sits in the catch fencing approaching the Hunzerug hairpin after he crashed out on cold tyres on the opening lap of the race

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Formula One World Championship
It took over half an hour to free Ian Ashley (GBR) from the wreckage of his Hesketh 308E that somersaulted and hit a television tower (In picture) during practice

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Formula One World Championship
Nick Heidfeld (GER) Sauber is taken to safety after a huge accident with Takuma Sato (JPN) Jordan Honda. Formula One World Championship, Rd6, Austrian Grand Prix, A1-Ring, Austria. 12 May 2002

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Formula One World Championship
The McLaren Mercedes MP4/17D of David Coulthard (GBR) is recovered after he crashed in the stadium during practice. Formula One World Championship, Rd12, German Grand Prix, Hockenheim, Germany

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Formula One World Championship
Tom Pryce (GBR) Shadow DN8 suffered a tragic fatal accident on lap 23 when he hit the fire extinguisher of marshal Jansen van Vuuren at full speed on the main straight and was killed instantly

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Formula One World Championship
The damaged roll over hoop of the Footwork Hart FA16 of Taki Inoue (JPN) after he had become an unwitting crash victim when the Renault Safety Car driven by Jean Ragnotti (FRA)

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Holden Vs Ford
The Super Cheap Auto Racing Ford Falcon of Steve Ellery (AUS) is tended by the rescue crew after brake failure pitched him into the gravel trap and rolled him over in Race Three

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Formula One World Championship
The Ferrari 312B2 of Clay Regazzoni (SUI) catches fire after striking Carlos Pace (BRA) Team Williams Politoys March 711 exiting the Vialone chicane on lap 17. Regazzoni escaped unharmed

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Formula One World Championship
The remains of the Lotus 21 crashed by Innes Ireland (GBR) during practice that left Ireland with two broken legs. He did not start the race. Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo, 14 May 1961

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Formula One World Championship
The Footwork Hart FA16 of Taki Inoue (JPN) after he had become an unwitting crash victim when the Renault Safety Car driven by Jean Ragnotti (FRA)

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Formula One World Championship
Dutch aristocrat Carel Godin de Beaufort (NED) suffered critical injuries after he crashed his outdated Porsche 718 in qualifying at Bergwerk. He died the day following the race

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Formula One World Championship
The shocking remains of the Hill GH1 of Rolf Stommelen (GER) sit on the wrong side of the Armco following his massive accident - triggered by a broken rear wing whilst leading the race on lap 26

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Formula One World Championship
Michael Schumacher and Damon Hill collide. British Grand Prix, Silverstone, 16th July 1995

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Formula One World Championship
The damaged Osella FA1 of Eddie Cheever (USA) sits in the catch fencing after he span out of the race on lap 9. South African Grand Prix, Rd 3, Kyalami, South Africa, 1 March 1980

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Formula One World Championship
Alexander Wurz (AUT) Benetton Playlife B198 has a big crash at the first corner rolling his car. Formula One World Championship, Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, Canada, 7 June 1998

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Formula One World Championship
Jacky Ickx (BEL) is stretchered into the waiting ambulance after he suffered a broken ankle and minor burns when his Ensign N176 crashed heavily on lap 15 and caught fire

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Formula One World Championship
Marshals push to the side of the circuit the Ensign N176 of Jacky Ickx (BEL), which crashed heavily on lap 15 and caught fire. Ickx escaped relatively lightly with a broken ankle and minor burns

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General Testing
Alex Lloyd (GBR) ADR spins after collecting Chris Holmes (GBR) who was having his first Formula Ford test. General Testing, Silverstone, England, 20 February 2004

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Formula One World Championship
The Lotus 77 of Gunnar Nilsson (SWE) is removed from the circuit and onto a truck in the pit lane after he crashed out on lap 3 of his home GP

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Formula One World Championship
The immediate aftermath of the multi-car accident at the start of the race: Ronnie Peterson (SWE) Lotus (Yellow overalls) lies in the track having been pulled from his shattered, burning, Lotus 78

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Le Mans 24 Hour Race
The Scuderia Filipinetti Ford GT40 of Peter Sutcliffe (GBR) and Dieter Spoerry (SUI) crashes out of the race. Le Mans 24 Hours Race, Le Sarthe, France, 19 June 1966

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Formula One World Championship
Jim Clark (GBR) Lotus 33 crashed out of the race. German Grand Prix, Nurburgring, Germany, 7 August 1966

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Formula One World Championship
Bruce McLaren (NZL) McLaren M7A leads Graham Hill (GBR) Lotus 49B. Both drivers failled to finish the race. Italian Grand Prix, Monza, Italy, 8 September 1968

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Formula One World Championship
(2) Bruce McLaren (NZL) McLaren M7A, (4) Jackie Stewart (GBR) Matra MS10 and (14) John Surtees Honda RA301Ebattle it out down the start finish line. All three drivers failled to finish the race

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Formula One World Championship
The remains of a badly smashed sports car competing in one of the support races. British Grand Prix, Brands Hatch, 16 July 1966

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Formula One World Championship
The aftermath of the fatal accident suffered in pre-racing testing the week before the GP by Peter Revson (USA) in his Shadow DN3

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Formula One World Championship
March mechanics tend to the March 741 of tenth placed Vittorio Brambilla (ITA) out on the circuit after he crashed during practice. French Grand Prix, Rd 9, Dijon-Prenois, France, 7 July 1974

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Formula One World Championship
The aftermath of the fatal accident suffered in pre-racing testing the week before the GP by Peter Revson (USA) in his Shadow DN3

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Formula One World Championship
Graham Hill (GBR) Lotus 49B lost a wheel and crashed on lap 10. Italian Grand Prix, Monza, Italy, 8 September 1968

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Formula One World Championship
It took over half an hour to free Ian Ashley (GBR) (Being placed into the ambulance) from the wreckage of his Hesketh 308E that somersaulted and hit a television tower during practice

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Formula One World Championship
The aftermath of the fatal accident suffered in pre-racing testing the week before the GP by Peter Revson (USA) in his Shadow DN3

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Formula One World Championship
John Surtees (GBR) Honda RA301 crashed out of the race on lap 8. Italian Grand Prix, Monza, Italy, 8 September 1968

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Formula One World Championship
John Surtees (GBR) Honda RA301 crashed out on lap 8. Italian Grand Prix, Monza, Italy, 8 September 1968

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Formula One World Championship
Patrick Depailler (FRA) (Centre) climbs from his Tyrrell 007/2 after being T-boned by Jacky Ickx (BEL) Lotus 76 (Right) on lap 43 following a spin

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Formula One World Championship
A McLaren employee watches on anxiously as outgoing World Champion Denny Hulme (NZL) McLaren M7A saw his championship hopes end when a suspension failure crashed him out of the race on the pit

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Formula One World Championship
Dan Gurney (USA) BRM P48 crashed at the hairpin after suffering brake failure and killed a spectator who was standing in a prohibited area. Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, Holland, 6 June 1960

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Formula One World Championship
Emerson Fittipaldi (BRA) crashed during practice when the nearside rear wheel fell off the new Copersucar-Fittipaldi F5, damaging the monocoque too badly for it to be raced

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Formula One World Championship
Mike Parkes (GBR) Ferrari 312 crashed out on lap 10. Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, Holland, 24 JUly 1966

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Formula One World Championship
Rolf Stommelen (GER) Hill is carried away with serious leg injuries following his massive accident that stopped the race and tragically killed five spectators



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