Pedro Diniz jumps out of his burning Ligier after the fuel valve stuck open following a pit stop in the 1996 Argentine GP.
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Gerhard Berger’s Ferrari slammed the wall on Lap 4 of the 1989 San Marino GP and then burst into flames. He missed the next race at Monaco due to injuries but returned the race later.
Drama in the pits
A few crew members suffered minor burns when Jos Verstappen’s Benetton went up in flames after a fuel splash during the 1994 German Grand Prix.
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Jenson Button’s engine expired on the final lap of the 2006 Australian GP. Button deliberately stopped before the finish line, giving up points in order to avoid a 10-place penalty for an engine change ahead of the next race.
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Giancarlo Fisichella’s Jordan caught fire in parc ferme after winning the 2003 Brazilian Grand Prix. However, it was a few days before he collected his trophy as confusion from the race being cut short led to Kimi Raikkonen initially being declared the race winner.
Jackie Ickx’s Engisn caught fire after a heavy crash during the 1976 United States Grand Prix East at Watkins Glen. He escaped with only a broken ankle.
My car, my fire
Heikki Kovalainen attempts to put out the fire on his Lotus after sustaining damage during the 2010 Singapore Grand Prix.
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Is it getting hot in here?
Daniil Kvyat jumps out of his Toro Rosso after an oil leak set it on fire during the 2014 German Grand Prix.
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Tony Brooks was fortunate to survive this dramatic crash in his first Formula One race - the 1956 British Grand Prix. Brooks went on to win six races in his F1 career.
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Pastor Maldonado’s power unit begins to ignite, forcing him to retire from the 2014 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.