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F1 drivers want action over Zhou horror crash, email sent to FIA

Article To news overview © RacingNews365 / Michael Potts FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem has received a letter from the Grand Prix Drivers' Association (GPDA) following the crash at the start of the British Grand Prix. Zhou Guanyu was launched into the air after a crash with Pierre Gasly and George Russell. As a result, the Chinese driver ended up sliding over 100 metres, upside down, towards a Silverstone gravel trap. To make things even worse, the incident caused him to launch over the tyre barrier and into the catch fencing, before coming to a stop on his side between the two protective barriers. Zhou was unable to simply crawl from the car, causing an immediate red flag as fears...
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