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A crash at the Monaco Grand Prix
A crash at the Monaco Grand Prix, 1957. Mike Hawthorn, driver number 28, has crashed with Peter Collins, driver number 26, crashing through the barrier and dangerously close to the edge of the road and the water. They were both driving Lancia Ferraris. Car number 34, a Maserati 250F, was driven by Harry Schell and Girorgio Scarlatti. Schell had to retire in lap 64 due to mechanical problems.
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- National Motor Museum / Heritage Images