Formula 1 posted on their Twitter account a video of the most talked about event in Sunday’s World Cup.
Valtteri Bottas and George Russell crashed at the end of the fast-paced main straight just before the first turn.
You can watch the video below.
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The momentum at the time of the crash was about 300 kilometers per hour, according to Russell up to 330 kilometers per hour.
The video clearly shows how Kimi Räikkönen, who was chasing the duo, witnessed a terrible crash from the fence.
The driver of the Alfa Romeo got a rut of flying from Bottas and Russell's cars in his helmet and visor.
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In a crash situation, the right front and rear wheel of Russell's car, which tried to overtake Bottas, drifted onto the lawn slipped by the rain.
As a result, Russell, who was driving on Williams, lost control of his car, collided violently with the side of Bottas' car, and derailed Bottas as well.
Both drivers loaded an excited exclamation into the team radio after the cars had crashed at a fierce speed towards the railings.
When the car wrecks had finally stopped in the safety zone, Russell went to give fire to Bottas and fired the Finn into his helmet.
Bottas, on the other hand, showed Russell a middle finger.
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