What happened at Brands Hatch?

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What happened at Brands Hatch?

A racing car crashed, hitting two people on the track at about 15:00 BST on Saturday, Kent Police said. A man in his 60s, from Surrey, died at the scene. The second person and the car’s driver were taken to hospital for treatment. On social media Lewis Hamilton said he was “devastated” to hear of the marshal’s death.

Is Brands Hatch open to spectators?

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Who died in racing?


Name Date of accident Event
Blaise Alexander ( USA ) October 4, 2001 EasyCare 100
Randy Alexander ( USA ) May 5, 2018 NHRA Southern Nationals
Clifford Allison ( USA ) August 13, 1992 Detroit Gasket 200
George Amick ( USA ) April 4, 1959 USAC 100-mile race

Who was the Marshall killed at Brands Hatch yesterday?

Robert Foote
A volunteer marshal who died in a crash at Brands Hatch motor racing circuit has been named locally as Robert Foote. Mr Foote was a former mayor of Epsom and Ewell Borough Council in Surrey, and a serving councillor.

How many miles is Brands Hatch circuit?

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Major events show
GP Circuit (2003–present)
Length 3.916 km (2.433 mi)
Turns 9
Race lap record 1:12.276 ( Adam Carroll, A1GP-Ferrari, 2009, A1 GP)

What happened to the Marshall at Brands Hatch yesterday?

A volunteer marshal has died after being hit by a car which spun off the track during a race at the Brands Hatch circuit. An air ambulance landed on the circuit after police and paramedics were sent to the track near Dartford, Kent, at 3pm on Saturday.


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