toshinden wrote:Was the San Marino GP 1985 can be in the list? there were many retirement cause by electronic failure and running out of fuel
SeijaKessen wrote:toshinden wrote:Was the San Marino GP 1985 can be in the list? there were many retirement cause by electronic failure and running out of fuel
Prost got DQ'd after he won the race due to the car running too light.
At least it gave Elio de Angelis his second and final GP win though.
kalinka wrote:Another stupid black-flag situation >
"For the second race running, Juan Pablo Montoya was disqualified. The BMW-Williams driver was excluded by Stewards after 57 laps 'as a result of not leaving the grid within the requisite 15 seconds' prior to the warm-up lap.
A spokesman said the Colombian's car 'could not be started' at Indy. "We asked him to get out of the car and go into the spare," he continued.
Montoya, black-flagged when in third place, was 'very upset,' according to Sir Frank Williams, who said he only missed the 15-second rule by a few seconds."
It was U.S GP Indianapolis in 2004.
Just_a_fan wrote:Mansell allowed his Williams to die whilst leading and waving to the crowd...Canada 91. What made it even funnier is that it let Piquet through for his last F1 win. And Mansell disliked Piquet following their time together at Williams...
JayeOFarrell wrote:One of my favorites is Virgin designing a car with a fuel tank that was to small to get to the end of a grand prix, as a Virgin engineer you must have kicked yourself a few times over that one
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