Talk:1990 Monaco Grand Prix

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Long lights causing the collision?[edit]

The start lights timing between red and green was only 2.5 seconds, and there were no obvious jump-starts or over-revving, making me think that at F1 driver would probably not be too stressed by it 33 seconds later when the collision happened... Obviously this is all just opinion, but these are guys that will take a 200mph crash that disintegrates their car, and get in the spare car for the restart 10 minutes later... The accident looked to be more because Alesi had just gone underneath Prost coming up to the corner, and Berger decided he would try and do the same, and Prost turned in on him. (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 10:58, 7 March 2011 (UTC).