Italian GP crash: Final practice delayed by Formula 3 Peroni accident

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By Andrew Benson
Chief F1 author at Monza
Practice at the Grand Prix was delayed by 10 minutes after a massive crash in the Formula 3 race.
Australian Alex Peroni landed upside down to the barrier and was launched into the air by a kerb in the rapid Parabolica corner. He was unhurt.
Race officials caused the delay eliminating the kerb, which was put to prevent drivers and improving their time.
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Peroni’s car was started when he ran wide and trimmed the kerb the’s leading edge had been put there to dissuade drivers from running wide as they exit the corner.
The car was lifted to the air before landing upside down to the tyre barrier and cement wall and it somersaulted and twisted a variety of days.
Peroni was seen walking along the track and has been taken to the health centre as a precaution.
The episode is going to be analysed by FIA officials, as a spotlight falls upon if so’sausage kerbs’ – like your narrow sleeping policeman – are methods for enforcing track limits at these fast corners.
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