Dead racing driver, who invented an integral tradition of Formula 1


Опубликованно 11.03.2018 06:15

Dead racing driver, who invented an integral tradition of Formula 1

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At the age of 86 years died an American racing driver Dan Henry. The cause of death of the former pilot of Formula 1 steel caused by pneumonia complications, according to Reuters.

The first American known for having invented the tradition of spraying champagne in case of victory in the race. The first time was in 1967, then Henry after the victory in the competition "24 hours of Le Mans" poured the champagne nearby people.

Note that the pilot participated in 11 seasons in Formula 1, winning in 19 podiums.

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