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By Andrew Benson
Chief F1 writer at Monza
10 minutes delayed final practice in the Italian Grand Prix after a massive crash in the Formula 3 race.
Australian Alex Peroni landed upside down to the barrier and was introduced into the atmosphere by a kerb in the Parabolica corner that was rapid. He was unhurt.
Race officials caused the delay enhancing their time and removing the kerb, which was placed at the run-off area to prevent drivers running broad.
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Peroni’s automobile was launched when he ran wide and cut on the top edge of the that the was put there to discourage drivers from running wide as they exit the corner.
The car was lifted to the atmosphere before landing upside down on concrete wall and the barrier , and it somersaulted and twisted a number of times.
Peroni has been taken to the health center for a precaution and was spotted walking along the track.
The incident will be assessed by FIA officials, as a spotlight falls on if so’sausage kerbs’ – like your slim sleeping policeman – so ‘ are suitable ways of enforcing track limitations at rapid corners.
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