1967 Monaco - Bandini's fatal crash

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Re: 1967 Monaco - Bandini's fatal crash

Post by caneparo » 2 years ago

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Post by mstnrc » 2 years ago

after 10 years from collins/hawthorn crash the difference are only the straw bales...


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Post by mstnrc » 4 months ago

Number 3 was not a lucky number for Lorenzo. The incident lasted 3 seconds, Lorenzo remained in the flames for 3 minutes, 3 meters from the sea. And he still lived 3 days.

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Post by sadsac » 4 months ago

mstnrc wrote:
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Number 3 was not a lucky number for Lorenzo. The incident lasted 3 seconds, Lorenzo remained in the flames for 3 minutes, 3 meters from the sea. And he still lived 3 days.
and died from 3rd degree burns

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Post by erwin greven » 4 months ago

it was your 3rd post....
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Post by October31 » 3 months ago

Ferrari skipped Monaco in '68; did Bandini's accident the previous year have anything to do with it? They had a good car and 2 great drivers, it seems odd.

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Post by erwin greven » 3 months ago

Yes. Ferrari was still convinced the safety measures done by Monaco were not enough.
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