Kubica Crash

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Kubica Crash

Post by Jackx686 » 10 Jun 2007, 23:16

I was looking some highlights of the Canada's Grad Prix...

I saw this BMW hitting the wall and stopping on the other side of the track...!

Unfortunately I don't know what happened, if somebody can explain I would be glad.

I'm happy that the guy wasn't hurted serously, it was a really bad accident!
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Post by lmcsp » 10 Jun 2007, 23:20

I havent seen the race yet also, but he was very lucky to not lose his legs (from pics that I have seen) I am sure it'll be up on youTube sometime today ..
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Post by danny87 » 10 Jun 2007, 23:22

Just get 5 posts and look in the video threads, don't spam though :D
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Post by Super Aguri » 10 Jun 2007, 23:23

danny87 wrote:Just get 5 posts and look in the video threads, don't spam though :D


Yes please don't spam.

I've had enough of it today. :P

Welcome to the forum by the way Jackx686.


Enjoy your time here.

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Post by Jackx686 » 10 Jun 2007, 23:28

Super Aguri wrote:
danny87 wrote:Just get 5 posts and look in the video threads, don't spam though :D


Yes please don't spam.

I've had enough of it today. :P

Welcome to the forum by the way Jackx686.


Enjoy your time here.


Ghghgh guys what are you saying?!

I'll never do this, spam is extremely harmful for the health! eheheh

I saw a video on youTube, and I know that he broke his leg, but I wanted to know why he had the accident.. I mean, that turn is not so hard... Usually you get in very fast and at the end you brake for the U turn... but, as I could see, he just went straight forward to the wall!!
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It was a very sad crash

Post by sam85 » 10 Jun 2007, 23:32

I feel sorry about him. hope he will come back to the next race
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Post by semnick » 10 Jun 2007, 23:40

i wanna see the crash!!! i didnt see the full race today because i had to travel..
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Post by XiaoPro » 11 Jun 2007, 03:23

lmcsp wrote:I havent seen the race yet also, but he was very lucky to not lose his legs (from pics that I have seen) I am sure it'll be up on youTube sometime today ..


didnt he broke his legs ?
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Post by lukas » 11 Jun 2007, 04:23

Well he did break his leg but it was a small price for a crash like that. The worst thing to watch was that he was unconscious after the accident.

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Post by jiyang_cai » 11 Jun 2007, 05:42

great, i have seen that accident

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Post by prowler » 11 Jun 2007, 05:50

lukas wrote:Well he did break his leg but it was a small price for a crash like that. The worst thing to watch was that he was unconscious after the accident.


No he didn't! :wink:

To tell the truth, I never worried about his health (although the impact was collosal!). F1 cars are extremely safe...
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Post by Artikas » 11 Jun 2007, 07:49

Yea F1 cars are REALLY save,...but still crashes like that are crazy dangerous for the driver and for the people that work on the track. (eg. italy when the firefighter died.)

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Post by donald29 » 11 Jun 2007, 08:10

Now they're saying it's just a sprained ankle.

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Post by geewhiz14 » 11 Jun 2007, 09:05

Thank goodness it's only a broken ankle. For some time there I was worried that his neck might be wrecked.
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Post by Dark_Fisico » 11 Jun 2007, 09:14

OK theres some things I don't get with this crash...

1. More a worry... Do you think the Red lights had anything to do with it??? I've seen various people saying the red lights that Fisico and Massa skipped were red when the Safety car was nowhere to be seen and turned green when it was... Just have this horrible feeling that if Kubica had skipped them he would have been safe, and if Fisico hadn't :cry: not worth thinking about it...

And secondly... What impact did it really have on everyones race... Like Tonio would have seen it, and so would have the people around him... From the sounds of it Hamilton didn't, but they must of told Nicky something... That would have really unsettled them...

I think too much :cheesy:...

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