Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll are involved in HUGE crash at the United States Grand Prix as Spaniard is launched into the air and narrowly avoids dangerous smash into the wall

Fernando Alonso was lucky to avoid major injury after being involved in a huge crash that saw his car launched into the air at the United States Grand Prix on Sunday. The Spaniard hit the back of Lance Stroll midway through the race in Austin, Texas, and saw his Alpine fly up and over the left-rear wheels of his rival. A scary situation then unfolded as Alonso, 41, flew towards the barrier with both of his front wheels in the air, trying in vain to steer away from the barriers. Thankfully, his car landed just before he reached the wall and he was able to avoid serious injury and drive away from the incident.

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