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Zhou breaks silence after horror crash: The Halo saved me!

Article To news overview © XPB Zhou Guanyu says the Halo safety device on his Alfa Romeo car saved him as he skated across the Silverstone gravel, upside down, and into the catch fencing. The Chinese driver has confirmed that he is "okay" after a horror crash that caused a near-hour-long delay to the British Grand Prix. Zhou made contact with both Pierre Gasly and George Russell before his car flipped upside down and bounced over the tyre barrier and towards a packed grandstand. Thankfully, the circuit's catch fencing did its job, with Zhou stopped before any spectators could be harmed. You must accept cookies to view this content You have not currently accepted all necessary...
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