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What Formula 1 race?

Can you link the mentioned moments from various Formula 1 Grand Prix's to the correct Grand Prix? (For example: Japan 2013)
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Last updated: April 19, 2021
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Grand prix
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg collide, leading to Max Verstappen becoming the youngest F1 race winner in history.
Spain 2016
For a couple of seconds, Felipe Massa was the virtual World Champion.
Brazil 2008
Red Bull Racing won their first Grand Prix as a constructor, with Sebastian Vettel being the first to come across the chequered flag.
China 2009
Within a span of three corners, Daniel Kvyat managed to drive into Sebastian Vettel twice.
Russia 2016
Niki Lauda had a major crash, which resulted in his car becoming a massive fireball.
Germany 1976
Romain Grosjean's car was split in half and went straight trough the barriers.
Bahrain 2020
The well known 'Ferrari Sandwhich', in which the Red Bull of Max Verstappen got tangled.
Singapore 2017
Ayrton Senna driving straight into the side of Alain Prost, therefore becoming the world champion of that year.
Japan 1989
Jos Verstappen's car caught fire during his pitstop.
Germany 1994
Fernando Alonso Drove into the back of Jos Verstappen at the start.
Italy 2003
Robert Kubica collided with the Toyota of Jarno Trulli resulting in a massive crash.
Canada 2007
Felipe Massa was told, 'Felipe, Fernando is faster than you'.
Germany 2010
Michael Schumacher driving his Ferrari to first place from third on the grid in heavy rain conditions, finishing 45 seconds ahead of Jean Alesi in P2.
Spain 1996
Although his gearbox was stuck in 6th gear, Ayrton Senna still managed to win the race.
Brazil 1991
This Grand Prix holds the record of the longest race duration, at 4 hours, 4 minutes.
Canada 2011
Pastor Maldonado getting his maiden first and only F1 race win.
Spain 2012
Kimi Raikkonen getting an icecream on his yacht after his DNF.
Monaco 2006
1 Comments
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Level 46
May 20, 2021
great quiz. sandwich is spelt wrong. theres only 1 h