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The first practice session in Chinese Grand Prix Friday morning’s was brought to a dramatically stop with just over 6 minutes residual when Sebastien Buemi’s Toro Rosso suffered a notable twofold front-suspension crash as he braked over the bump for Turn fourteen at the end of the main straight. As together front wheels were ragged off with the car still travelling in a straight line, the Swiss ace became a traveler as his car tobogganed into light speak to with the outer barrier. The left front wheel was throws into a spectator area, but luckily nonentity was hit by it.

A Right-front upright failure was the reason for Sebastien Buemi’s scary accident in opening practice for the Chinese GP on Friday morning. The Swiss ace speared left and into the Armco fence at the Turn 14 hairpin after both front wheels flew off the car at the same time. By the Buemi push having been one of the most stranger’s accidents F1 has ever seen, positively in its modern era, the driver who scored a point in China last year was luckily able to climb from his car without help before returning to the pit lane.
As wreckage was scattered across the race track, one wheel caused particular concern as it made its way past an FOM cameraman and over the catch fencing, fortunately not injuring any corner workers or spectators.

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