In the history of Formula One, many great drivers have earned nicknames that have made them even more iconic.
These nicknames are often linked to the drivers' distinctive characteristics or personality traits.
For example, 'The Professor'. This nickname was given to Alain Prost, one of the most successful drivers of all time. The nickname reflected his calculated and analytical approach to racing, with precise strategy and impeccable control of the vehicle and racing situations.
It is often said that to succeed in sports you need to start playing very early.
In most cases this is absolutely true, but it does not apply to everyone.
From Didier Drogba to Ramires, from Jamie Vardy to Miroslav Klose, here are some of the greatest footballers in history who started playing football late.
In this photo gallery we will see the names of some of the greatest footballers in history who started playing late and reached the highest possible level in the field of football.
Formula1 is one of the most watched and followed sports shows in the world. The premier category of motorsport features the most extreme, fastest cars and the most talented and skilled drivers in the world. Over the years, safety has also made great strides, mindful of past tragedies.
So many great champions have in fact lost their lives whose World Championship circuits, others have come very close, and still others, in more recent times, have been saved by luck and technology, which today makes it possible to safeguard the lives of drivers despite traveling at over 300 km/h.
In this article we offer a brief sequence of what have been the most frightening and terrible accidents, including fatal ones, in F1 history.