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Lance Stroll Walks Away Unhurt After Terrifying 150mph Crash in Singapore Grand Prix Qualifying

Stroll's Aston Martin Destroyed in Horrific Crash

Formula 1 driver Lance Stroll experienced a terrifying crash during qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix. The Canadian driver lost a wheel and crashed into a barrier at 150mph, leaving his Aston Martin completely destroyed. Viewers were in awe that Stroll was able to walk away without serious injury.

Stroll's Spectacular Crash Delays Qualifying Session

Stroll's crash caused a 34-minute delay in the qualifying session at the Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore. His front left wheel was ripped off, and the chassis on the same side was crushed. The debris from the crash almost hit other drivers, Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri.

Stroll Unharmed Thanks to Safety Features

Although the impact sent Stroll rocking around his cockpit, the 24-year-old driver appeared unscathed as he left the wreckage. His safety was ensured by the extra safety features implemented in his car. Fans praised the strength of the car's cockpit and its ability to protect drivers.

Verstappen's Winning Streak at Risk

Meanwhile, Max Verstappen's chances of extending his and Red Bull's winning streak took a blow as Carlos Sainz took pole position. Verstappen and his teammate Sergio Perez performed poorly in qualifying, starting in 11th and 13th place respectively. This is the first time since 2018 that no Red Bull car made it into the top 10 in qualifying.

Verstappen, determined to continue his winning record, will have to overcome his starting position and the strong competition posed by Sainz.

Fans in Awe of Stroll's Escape

Despite Verstappen's setback, fans were more focused on Stroll's incredible escape from the crash. Viewers took to social media to express their astonishment at the incident, with one fan describing it as "wild" and another highlighting the impact of curbs on the car's spinning motion.

Many fans praised the strength of the cockpit and commended the implementation of safety measures such as the halo device.

With the dramatic crash grabbing the headlines, the Singapore Grand Prix is set to be an intense and thrilling race.

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