FIA explains why groundhog incident couldn’t be prevented

Groundhogs, or marmots, have popped up every year since the event was first held in 1978, and over the years several have met their end after contact with F1 cars.Grosjean damaged the nose of his Haas in Friday's incident, and the Frenchman was frustrated by the fact that TV pictures had shown an animal in that area, and thus race control was aware that one was on the loose."It's a ... Keep reading