Eight Funniest Moments In Formula One

Ryan WoodAnalyst IFebruary 8, 2009

Not in any particular order, these are some of the funniest moments I could recall that have happened in Formula One.

(Some video's contain strong language)

1. Montoya leaves a press conference after two Australian reporters bombard him with strange questions.

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2. Raikkonen is pretty blunt with his answer when Martin asks a question about coming to the grid pretty late. Martin's reaction "you'll have a nice light car then".

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3. Montoya goes crazy after he walks into a cameraman. It broke his head, which may be why he retired from F1.

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4. We all remember this moment. The European Grand prix when a gravel trap turned into a very expensive parking lot. In total seven cars spun off into the trap, with Lewis Hamilton hitching a lift back onto the track from a friendly crane.

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5. Singapore, Ferrari mechanics completing the 100m sprint, whilst being cheered on my the McLaren boys.

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6. Schumacher storms to Coulthards garage after the pair were involved in an accident which saw them both retire.

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7. Man runs onto track dressed as a lepricorn at the Silverstone GP in 2003.

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8. Taki Inoue gets hit by the emergency car in Hungary at the 1995 GP. (suggested by James Broomhead)

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