|Description||During practice for the 1973 U.S. Grand Prix at Watkins Glen, Cevert was killed while battling for pole position with Ronnie Peterson. In the fast right-left uphill combination called "The Esses", Cevert's car was a little too far over towards the left side of the track, getting a bump from the kerbs. This made it swerve towards the right-hand side of the track, where it touched the track's signature powder blue safety barriers causing it to spin and crash into the barriers on the other side of the track at a near 90° angle, uprooting and lifting the barrier. Cevert died instantly of massive injuries inflicted by the barrier.|
|Vehicle||Tyrrell 006-Ford Cosworth DFV #03|
|Event||United States Grand Prix|
|Photo Credit||Getty Images;|
|Tags||F1 Driver Fatality, Practice/Qualifying Crash|
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