Creepy W Series crash at Spa-Francorchamps

It happened during the classification of the fifth date of the 2021 tournament of the exclusive category for women.

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The first day of activity of the WSeries on the Belgian circuit of Spa Fracorchamps included a tremendous accident involving seven pilots, two of which were hospitalized. The incident occurred during the qualification of the fifth date of the 2021 tournament of the exclusive category for women.

The scene of the multiple accident was eau rouge, the most emblematic area of ​​the Belgian track that this weekend welcomes the Formula 1.


It all started when Sarah moore he lost control of his car and crashed directly into the rubber restraint. The same thing happened immediately with six other cars. The one that took the worst part was Beitske Visser since his car flew after hitting against the protection and once on the track it was dressed by Fabienne Wohlwend.

Despite the violent impact, Visser made her own way out of the cockpit, but she could be seen limping until she leaned back on the track and several of the flaggers approached her to see how she was doing. The Dutch and Ayla agren, another of the protagonists of the accident, were transferred to a medical center.

According to the organization of the W Series, Moore, Wohlwend, Abbie eaton y Belen Garcia They returned to the pits and were treated on the circuit, but they had no major consequences.

Qualifying was red flagged after the collision and resumed about 25 minutes later. The champion Jamie chadwick got pole position ahead of Alice powell, with a difference of seven tenths.

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