Mick Schumacher's crash left his fellow drivers concerned after his Haas car split in two following a crash at the Monaco Grand Prix.
The German driver lost control of his car through the Swimming Pool section of Circuit de Monaco at high speed as the wet track dried.
His car was left in two following the incident, as it is designed to do in order to best absorb the force of the impact.
He was taken to the medical centre following the crash, but reported initially that he was okay.
It left his fellow drivers concerned, with rookie Zhou Guanyu delivering a worried team radio message.
Race red flagged after massive crash
Race stewards responded by calling for the Safety Car, as Schumacher's car was lifted away off the track.
However, damage to the barrier forced the FIA to throw the red flag moments later, for the second time of the race.
The Grand Prix was initially red flagged before it was able to begin, due to heavy rain in Monte Carlo while the cars waited on the grid.
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