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    Quote Originally Posted by FaultyMario View Post
    Sickening accident in the F2 race, Renault's Anthoine Hubert went off in Raidillon and as he was pushed back from the initial impact towards the track but still in the runoff area an out of control Juan Manuel Correa (Sauber) T-boned him.
    Official Report from the FIA released:

    The accident sequence, which lasted a total of 14.6 seconds, was initiated on lap two when Giuliano Alesi lost control of his car on the exit of turn three (Eau Rouge), initially spinning and leaving the track on the left-hand side, before impacting the barrier rearwards 1.9 seconds after the loss of control and rebounding onto the track after turn four (Raidillon). The investigation has highlighted a reasonable probability that a loss of internal pressure of the right rear tyre contributed to the loss of control of Giuliano Alesiís car.

    Following the impact of Giuliano Alesiís car with the barrier, the debris from broken components was spread onto the race track. In an attempt to avoid Giuliano Alesi and the debris, Ralph Boschung and then Anthoine Hubert moved to the right, leaving the track and entering the run-off area of turn four. The reaction of Ralph Boschung and Anthoine Hubert to the accident of car number 20 started prior to the yellow flag being deployed, due to the proximity of these cars at the time of the incident. The yellow flag was deployed by the marshals at post five (turn four) 1.8 seconds after the impact of Giuliano Alesiís car with the barrier.

    During this manoeuvre, Ralph Boschung slowed more abruptly than Anthoine Hubert, who took action to avoid a collision by moving further to the right. Despite this move, Anthoine Hubert made contact with the back of Ralph Boschungís car, losing his front wing and causing a right rear tyre puncture to Ralph Boschung ahead.

    Travelling at 262 km/h and with his front wing missing, Anthoine Hubert lost control and was set on a trajectory towards the barrier on the right-hand side of the turn four exit run-off area, which he impacted at an angle of approximately 40 degrees at a speed of 216 km/h, generating a peak force equivalent to 33.7g.

    Following the impact and energy absorption by the barrier, the car was ejected and continued to travel in the racing direction while rotating, such that the left-hand side of the chassis was facing oncoming cars in the run-off area of turn four.

    In the meantime, Juan Manuel Correa was approaching the scene of Giuliano Alesiís accident. He was travelling approximately on the racing line, towards the right-hand side of the track on the exit of turn four when he hit debris left behind from Giuliano Alesiís car. The impact with the debris was approximately 1.5 seconds after the yellow flag had been deployed and it resulted in front-right suspension damage and the loss of the front wing, causing Juan Manuel Correa to lose control. His car veered to the right, off track and into the run-off area of turn four, setting him on a trajectory that would result in the car-to-car impact with Anthoine Hubert 1.6 seconds later.

    Juan Manuel Correa hit the left-hand side of Anthoine Hubertís car at an approximate angle of 86 degrees and a speed of 218 km/h, while the car of Anthoine Hubert was virtually stationary. car number 12 (Juan Manuel Correa) and car number 19 (Anthoine Hubert) experienced a resultant peak force equivalent to 65.1g and 81.8g.

    Following the car-to-car impact, Anthoine Hubertís car was accelerated to 105.4 km/h and struck the barrier a second time before rebounding back towards the track.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Summary
    • A chain of events resulted in a protracted and complex crash sequence involving four drivers, which ultimately led to a high-speed ĎT-Boneí type impact between the cars of Juan Manuel Correa and Anthoine Hubert.
    • The dynamics of the car-to-car impact in terms of speed and trajectory were such that an extremely high level of energy was transferred and dissipated, translating into non-survivable trauma to Anthoine Hubert and very serious injuries to Juan Manuel Correa.
    • There was no single specific cause but multiple contributory factors giving rise to the severity of the accident were identified, following a detailed analysis of the various phases of the accident.
    • The investigation found no evidence that any driver failed to react appropriately in response to the yellow flag signal or to the circumstances on track.
    • The reaction of marshals and race control in deploying signaling and rescue services in relation to the accident is considered timely and good.

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