Magnussen out of Mexican Grand Prix after heavy crash causes pink flag

After the frustration of Sergio Perez’s first-lap retirement, the Mexican Grand Prix noticed one other, extra severe accident that introduced the race to a halt.

Haas’ Kevin Magnussen crashed right into a crash barrier on lap 35 of 71, leaving a number of items of his automotive on the monitor.

The Mexican GP authorities determined to use the pink flag and the drivers returned to the pit space as a result of in depth harm to the barrier.

When the race was suspended, Max Verstappen was within the lead after overtaking the Ferraris on the opening lap. It was in that battle that Sergio Perez was pressured off the monitor and out of the race.

Behind Verstappen on the time of the pink flag was Leclerc and Lewis Hamilton who’s in competition for second place with Checo within the 2023 F1 season, and was trying to benefit from Perez scoring no factors in Mexico.

What occurred to Kevin Magnussen’s automotive?

In line with Fox Sports activities analysts, the issue with Magnussen‘s automotive was that the driveshaft broke and he was unable to show proper right into a nook and ended up within the wall.

The defective half might have been brought about on the earlier lap when the motive force went over a curb fairly forcefully, dropping his grip on monitor.

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