High 10: Historical collisions among teammates in F1

(Motorsport-Total.com) – The collision between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc at the Huge Prix of Brazil battle (by far!) Not the first clash between two teammates in F1. )

Ayrton Senna, Alain Prost, Suzuka, Grand Prix von Japan 1989

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Dozens of riders have crashed out of the same team – and some of the situations have long been part of motorsport history.

On the occasion of the Ferrari collision in Brazil, our editors-in-chief, Christian Nimmervoll and Stefan Ehlen explains the topic as a “top priority”, dug into the archive of colleagues from Motorsport Photos and set out to search for the ten “best” teammate accidents in Formula 1.

There are they au For example, Alex Caffi and Andrea de Cesaris (“de Crasheris”, as TV legend Heinz Prüller used to say) encountered some forgotten pearls at the Dallara in Phoenix 2000, Cut Heidfeld and Jean Alesi (cheers) in Spielberg 1989 or Jacques Villeneuve and Ricardo Zonta (BAR) in Hockenheim 2000

) From Senna & Prost in Japan to Leclerc & Vettel in Brazil: We look back on the high 11 of the team colleague crashes in Formula 1 Other Formula 1 Movies

Not all teammate collisions made it to our high

But the ones we've chosen discuss our two chief editors ever Protects in the new “Chefsache” video!

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