F1: Lance Stroll destroys Nicholas Latifi’s Williams

F1 Crash Today: Nicholas Latifi’s Williams Demolished By Lance Stroll




In the Australian Grand Prix qualifying session, Williams’ Nicholas Latifi and Aston Martin’s Lance Stroll were involved in a stunning F1 crash.

After a nasty crash between Nicholas Latifi and Lance Stroll threw debris all over the track, qualifying at the Australian Grand Prix had to be red-flagged.

Formula 1 officials are looking into the accident that caused Latifi to spin and his car to be thrown all over the place.

Fortunately, neither driver suffered any physical injuries as a result of the crash.

The Williams and Aston Martin drivers appeared to be in disagreement. Latifi pulled over to let Stroll pass, then attempted to re-enter the road ahead of the slowing car.

As Latifi climbed the inside of Stroll’s car, the Aston Martin driver turned inside, most likely to allow an Alfa Romeo to pass on his left. The Williams and Aston Martin clashed at that point, ripping Latifi’s rear wing to bits and sending his car into the wall.

Once it was evident that no one had been hurt, fans watching the whole thing happen on Twitter reacted with a slew of jokes.

If Canadian stereotypes are true, both Stroll and Latifi should be taking the blame for the crash.

— Pablo Elizalde (@EliGP) April 9, 2022

Three things are inevitable in life:
– Death
– Taxes
– Latifi crashing out in a race weekend

— Battery Voltas (@BatteryVoltas) April 9, 2022

Obviously, neither the Williams nor the Aston Martin made it to the second round.

Although the drivers will not be putting in any more laps, their mechanics will have a lot of work to do to get the cars ready for the race.