With 24 cars racing off at once, the start of any F1 race has the capacity to devolve into disaster. All that saves the worst from happening is the drivers' otherworldly skill, but at this past weekend's Belgian Grand Prix, things took a turn for the worse. Heading down the front straight into the corner known as La Source at the Spa Francorchamps circuit, Lotus
driver Romain Grosjean squeezed Lewis Hamilton's McLaren
into the wall. The two of them then bounced off into Fernando Alonso's Ferrari
and Kamui's Sauber.