Avoid Death in Hamilton Belgian GP

Avoid Death in Hamilton Belgian GP
However, inside this narrow escape did not reduce the sharpness of Hamilton in second practice session of the Belgian Grand Prix.
The second training session Belgian Grand Prix held at Spa-Francorchamps Circuit came close to ending death for Lewis Hamilton. The McLaren driver was almost lost control of his steed, Friday, August 26, 2011.
This condition occurs after the rain Spa-Francorchamps circuit. Luckily for Hamilton, the tragedy could be avoided.

"There is a big river right in the road along the trajectory. I certainly was traveling at the speed of 150 miles / hour and have a tank-slapper (unstable steering condition)," Hamilton said as quoted by Eurosport.
Added Hamilton, he was lucky to be in control of his car. If not, all four tires in front and back could be released. "I was relieved in the best condition," he added.
However, incidents of near misses this does not reduce the sharpness of Hamilton during the second practice session. 2008 world champion was fourth fastest time with 1 minute 50.838 seconds. While the fastest time in the session held the first Red Bull's Mark Webber.

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