The fourth race of the Formula One calendar in Azerbaijan around the Baku City Circuit was awesome.
Just minutes after the opening session of the weekend, Williams driver George Russell had destroyed the floor of his 19659002 car.
As he drove down one of the straights of the racetrack, a loose manhole cover lifted into the floor of his car and sent parts into the air.
The manhole cover was allegedly relaxed after the Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc had passed over it before Russell reached the point of the track.
The session was immediately red when Russell's car came to a halt on the track, luckily the dangerous case left the Williams driver in no pain.
I got the biggest punch in my body, the whole engine was turned off, the ground is ruined and I'm worried about the chassis now, "Russell told Sky Sports.
" The session is only going to turn green it was sorted, we were there The normal racetrack completely ruined our session.
"It's not what we need at this time."
Then things got dangerously too farcical when stewards stormed the track to begin the cleanup process.
A crane truck was put on the track to remove the stranded Williams, but there was only one thing in the way.
After loading the car, the truck drove straight back towards the pit back lane. The driver unfortunately forgot the height limit and hit the crane on the bridge, which led over the track.
Oil began to spurt out of the crane and onto the Williams, which was said to be potentially more dangerous ,
"It's a misfortune of mistakes," says Christian Horner of the Sky F1 pit wall. "I have never seen this before."
The damage from the manhole cover hit in Williams's bottom has clearly caused a lot of damage, as deputy team boss Claire Williams confirmed.
"That's clear from the data." and what everyone can see is that the floor of the car is badly damaged and who knows what else.
"We'll have to wait until we get him back that far."
"We'll have to wait to see if this chassis is repairable or if we need to go to our third chassis.
"It's clearly not what we want and it's not what you'd expect from a Formula One circuit, these drain covers should be bolted down.
" We'll catch up with the race control. "[WilliamslaterconfirmedthatthedamagedcarrequiredachassischangewhichRussellwillnotbeabletodountilSaturdayduetoregulations
The first exercise unit was finally abandoned, because the track not only had to be cleared, but the oil along with a thorough inspection of the 320 manhole covers ru nd had to be cleaned around the racetrack.
Lewis Hamilton was clearly not impressed that the manhole cover was not impressed, but was happy to use most of the time.
"How could they not control and seal the process, oh, I just have more time to catch up with Game of Thrones," Hamilton wrote about his Instagram stories.