F1 Grand Prix Trivia Facts
Every car and driver in Formula 1 is always assigned a number to make it easy to identify. In the history of F1, the number 13 has only be assigned in the 1963 Mexico Grand Prix and the 1976 British Grand Prix. Moisés Solana was the driver at the Mexico Grand Prix. At the same time, Divina Galicia was the driver at the British Grand Prix. Considering that this number was not typical, the racing world was surprised to have someone show up in it.
The fewest finishers of an F1 race was seen at the 1996 Monaco Grand Prix (3 of the 21 starters)
The safety of modern F1 cars means drivers can withstand huge crash impacts. The biggest crash impact on record was suffered by David Purley at the British Grand Prix in 1977, where he had an impact that was estimated as 197.8g – meaning his car went from 108mph to a standstill in two seconds. He recovered and went on to race again.
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