Video: Brundle Stacks at Monaco, 1984
The streets of Monaco are well-respected for their brutally unforgiving nature.
All it takes is a microsecond break in concentration; braking that foot too late, turning in a heartbeat too deep, hitting the gas that hair too hard or too early, and you’re gobbled up by the walls and out of contention.
Martin Brundle found out the hard way during the 1984 Grand Prix, suffering a stonking great smack into the wall during qualifying. Check it out in the video above, and hear what he has to say about it in the follow up interview with Murray Walker.