BMW Sauber F1 driver, Robert Kubica survived the most horrific accident for 2007 season of F1 at the Canadian GP. Thanks to standard car safety cell, Kubica was only knocked unconcious from the horrifying direct impact to the concrete wall.
Kubica’s F1.07 was making a turn into the hairpin when he slipped off the track and was airborne for moment before hitting the side concrete wall at 280km/h. The F1.07 then tumbled and rolled across the other side of the track with the unconcious Kubica still intact in the driver seat.
Robert escaped without any injuries allowing the BMW Sauber F1 team to celebrate Nick Heidfeld, crossing the finishing line second.
Damn accident reminds me of how Ayrton Senna lost his life in a William-Renault at Imola.
Congrats to you Nick! Get well soon, Robert!