Brundle claims F1 ‘dodged a bullet’ over Las Vegas chaos
Martin Brundle, a former Formula 1 driver and current commentator, expressed relief that the Las Vegas Grand Prix managed to avoid a major disaster following the chaotic start to the weekend’s events. Brundle described the incident, which saw several cars collide and debris fly onto the track, as a bullet being dodged. He emphasized the importance of driver safety and commended the swift response of the race organizers and marshals in managing the situation. Brundle’s comments highlight the unpredictable nature of motorsport and the need for constant vigilance to ensure the well-being of the drivers and spectators.