Data reveals Alonso’s 305km/h Melbourne crash peaked at 46G

The McLaren driver was lucky to escape without serious injury from the spectacular shunt at the season-opener in Melbourne, although cracked ribs forced him out of the following race in Bahrain. The incident was the first that the FIA has been able to make use of a new rear-facing high-speed camera for a better understanding of what happens in crashes. It was the footage from that ... Keep reading