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List of red-flagged races[]

N The race was not restarted.
Y The race was restarted.
R The race was resumed with the schedule distance completed.
S The race was restarted over a shortened distance.
Event No. R Incident Failed to Restart
United States 1950 Indianapolis 500 138 N Rain.
Canada 1971 Canadian Grand Prix 64 N Mist.
United Kingdom 1973 British Grand Prix 2 Y Accident involving Jody Scheckter, Mike Hailwood, Jochen Mass, Carlos Pace, Jean-Pierre Beltoise, Andrea de Adamich, Roger Williamson, George Follmer, and Jackie Oliver. Jody Scheckter, Mike Hailwood, Jochen Mass, Carlos Pace, Jean-Pierre Beltoise, Andrea de Adamich (injury), Roger Williamson, George Follmer, and Jackie Oliver.
Brazil 1974 Brazilian Grand Prix 32 N Rain.
Spain 1975 Spanish Grand Prix 29 N Accident involving Rolf Stommelen which killed five spectators. Half points were awarded.
United Kingdom 1975 British Grand Prix 56 N Rain and accident involving Carlos Pace, Jody Scheckter, James Hunt, Mark Donohue, Jochen Mass, Patrick Depailler, John Watson, Jean-Pierre Jarier, Tony Brise, Brian Henton, John Nicholson, Dave Morgan, and Wilson Fittipaldi.
Austria 1975 Austrian Grand Prix 29 N Rain. Half points were awarded.
United Kingdom 1976 British Grand Prix 1 Y Accident at the start involving Niki Lauda, James Hunt, Clay Regazzoni, and Jacques Laffite. None, although Clay Regazzoni and Jacques Laffite illegally used their spare cars for the restart of the race, and were disqualified.
West Germany 1976 German Grand Prix 2 Y Accident involving Niki Lauda, Brett Lunger, and Harald Ertl. Niki Lauda, Brett Lunger, Harald Ertl, and Chris Amon (withdrawn).
Austria 1978 Austrian Grand Prix 7 Y Rain. James Hunt, Alan Jones, Riccardo Patrese, Harald Ertl, Héctor Rebaque, Nelson Piquet, Jody Scheckter, and Mario Andretti.
Italy 1978 Italian Grand Prix 1 S Accident involving Ronnie Peterson, James Hunt, Riccardo Patrese, Didier Pironi, Clay Regazzoni, Patrick Depailler, Hans-Joachim Stuck, Derek Daly, Brett Lunger, and Vittorio Brambilla. The race was shortened to 40 laps. Ronnie Peterson (fatal accident), Didier Pironi, Hans-Joachim Stuck, Brett Lunger, and Vittorio Brambilla (injury).
Argentina 1979 Argentine Grand Prix 1 Y Accident involving Jody Scheckter, John Watson, Mario Andretti, Didier Pironi, Patrick Tambay, Nelson Piquet, and Arturo Merzario. Jody Scheckter, Didier Pironi, Patrick Tambay, Nelson Piquet, and Arturo Merzario.
South Africa 1979 South African Grand Prix 2 Y Rain.
Canada 1980 Canadian Grand Prix 1 Y Accident involving Keke Rosberg, Jean-Pierre Jarier, Emerson Fittipaldi, Mario Andretti, Derek Daly, Jochen Mass, and Gilles Villeneuve. Derek Daly and Mike Thackwell (borrowed his car to Jean-Pierre Jarier for the restart of the race).
Belgium 1981 Belgian Grand Prix 2 R Accident involving Riccardo Patrese and Siegfried Stohr, injuring Patrese's mechanics. Riccardo Patrese and Siegfried Stohr.
54 N Rain.
France 1981 French Grand Prix 58 N Rain.
United States 1982 Detroit Grand Prix 6 S Accident involving Roberto Guerrero and Riccardo Patrese.
Canada 1982 Canadian Grand Prix 1 Y Didier Pironi stalled his car at the start, causing Riccardo Paletti to crash fatally into the back of Pironi's car. Raul Boesel, Eliseo Salazar, and Geoff Lees were involve in separate accidents at the start. Riccardo Paletti (fatal accident), Geoff Lees, and Jean-Pierre Jarier (withdrawn after Paletti died).
Monaco 1984 Monaco Grand Prix 31 N Rain. Half points were awarded.
United States 1984 Detroit Grand Prix 1 Y Accident at the start involving Nelson Piquet, Michele Alboreto, Ayrton Senna, and Marc Surer. Marc Surer
United Kingdom 1984 British Grand Prix 11 S Accident of Jonathan Palmer. The race was restarted to 60 laps.
Austria 1984 Austrian Grand Prix 1 Y Improper start procedure.
Austria 1985 Austrian Grand Prix 1 Y Accident at the start involving Teo Fabi, Elio de Angelis, Michele Alboreto, and Gerhard Berger.
United Kingdom 1986 British Grand Prix 1 Y Nigel Mansell suffered a driveshaft failure at the start, resulting in an accident involving Thierry Boutsen, Jacques Laffite, Jonathan Palmer, Christian Danner, Piercarlo Ghinzani, and Allen Berg. Jacques Laffite (leg injury), Christian Danner, Piercarlo Ghinzani, and Allen Berg.
Belgium 1987 Belgian Grand Prix 2 Y Accident involving Philippe Streiff and Jonathan Palmer. Jonathan Palmer
Austria 1987 Austrian Grand Prix 1 Y The first race start ended after Martin Brundle crashed, then Piercarlo Ghinzani, Jonathan Palmer, and Philippe Streiff collided.
The second race start ended after Nigel Mansell had a clutch failure and then Riccardo Patrese and Eddie Cheever collided and then half of the grid, including Stefan Johansson, Martin Brundle, Christian Danner, Alex Caffi, Philippe Alliot, Ivan Capelli, and Pascal Fabre. Alex Caffi and Philippe Streiff.
Portugal 1987 Portuguese Grand Prix 2 Y A collision at the opening lap. Nelson Piquet and Michele Alboreto collided at the start and Derek Warwick, Satoru Nakajima, Christian Danner, Martin Brundle, René Arnoux, Philippe Alliot, and Adrián Campos were all involved in the ensuing accident. Christian Danner
Mexico 1987 Mexican Grand Prix 30 S Accident of Derek Warwick. The race was decided by combining the time from the first 30 laps with the time from the restarted 33.
Portugal 1988 Portuguese Grand Prix 1 Y The first start was aborted when Andrea de Cesaris stalled on the grid.
The second start was aborted after Derek Warwick stalled his car and was hit by Andrea de Cesaris, with Satoru Nakajima and Luis Pérez-Sala involved.
San Marino 1989 San Marino Grand Prix 4 S Accident of Gerhard Berger. The race was shortened from 61 to 58 laps and was decided by combining the time from the first 3 laps with the time from the restarted 55.
Mexico 1989 Mexican Grand Prix 1 Y Accident involving several cars.
France 1989 French Grand Prix 1 Y Accident involving Nigel Mansell, Thierry Boutsen, Jonathan Palmer, Maurício Gugelmin, and René Arnoux.
Australia 1989 Australian Grand Prix 1 Y Accident of JJ Lehto. Alain Prost (withdrawn) and Nicola Larini (electric failure).
Monaco 1990 Monaco Grand Prix 1 Y Accident involving Gerhard Berger and Alain Prost.
Belgium 1990 Belgian Grand Prix 1 Y Accident involving Martin Donnelly, Nigel Mansell, Aguri Suzuki, and other drivers. Aguri Suzuki
Accident involving Paolo Barilla. Paolo Barilla
Italy 1990 Italian Grand Prix 2 Y Accident of Derek Warwick.
Portugal 1990 Portuguese Grand Prix 61 N Accident involving Alex Caffi and Aguri Suzuki.
Australia 1991 Australian Grand Prix 14 N Rain. Half points were awarded.
France 1992 French Grand Prix 18 S Rain. The race was decided by combining the time from the first 18 laps with the time from the restarted 51.
San Marino 1994 San Marino Grand Prix 7 S Fatal accident of Ayrton Senna. The race was shortened to 58 laps and was decided by combining the time from the first 5 laps with the time from the restarted 53. Érik Comas (withdrawn) and Ayrton Senna (fatal accident).
Italy 1994 Italian Grand Prix 1 Y Accident involving several cars.
Japan 1994 Japanese Grand Prix 15 S Rain and accident involving Martin Brundle, resulting an injury. The race was restarted with the race leader, Michael Schumacher, behind the safety and was decided by combining the time from the first 13 laps with the time from the restarted 37. Martin Brundle
Argentina 1995 Argentine Grand Prix 1 Y Accident involving Jean Alesi, Mika Salo, Rubens Barrichello, Johnny Herbert, Luca Badoer, Ukyo Katayama, Pierluigi Martini, and Olivier Panis. Luca Badoer
Monaco 1995 Monaco Grand Prix 1 Y Accident involving David Coulthard, Jean Alesi, and Gerhard Berger. Domenico Schiattarella (collision) and Jos Verstappen (gearbox).
Italy 1995 Italian Grand Prix 1 Y Accident involving Jean-Christophe Boullion, Max Papis, Andrea Montermini, Roberto Moreno, and Pedro Diniz. Andrea Montermini and Roberto Moreno.
Portugal 1995 Portuguese Grand Prix 1 Y Accident involving Ukyo Katayama, Luca Badoer, Pedro Diniz, and Roberto Moreno. Ukyo Katayama (injury) and Max Papis (gearbox).
Australia 1996 Australian Grand Prix 1 Y Accident involving David Coulthard, Martin Brundle, and Johnny Herbert. Johnny Herbert
Brazil 1997 Brazilian Grand Prix 1 Y Rubens Barrichello stalled at the start followed by accidents involving Jacques Villeneuve, Damon Hill, Rubens Barrichello, Johnny Herbert, Eddie Irvine, and Jan Magnussen. Jan Magnussen
Canada 1997 Canadian Grand Prix 56 N Accident of Olivier Panis.
Canada 1998 Canadian Grand Prix 1 Y Ralf Schumacher stalled his car at the start and accidents involving Jean Alesi, Alexander Wurz, Johnny Herbert, and Jarno Trulli.
France 1998 French Grand Prix 1 S Jos Verstappen stalled his car at the start.
Belgium 1998 Belgian Grand Prix 1 Y Massive accidents involving David Coulthard, Eddie Irvine, Alexander Wurz, Johnny Herbert, Jean Alesi, Rubens Barrichello, Olivier Panis, Pedro Diniz, Jos Verstappen, Mika Salo, Tora Takagi, Ricardo Rosset, and Shinji Nakano. Rubens Barrichello, Olivier Panis, Mika Salo, and Ricardo Rosset.
United Kingdom 1999 British Grand Prix 1 Y Jacques Villeneuve and Alex Zanardi stalled theirs cars at the start. Michael Schumacher crashed after the red flag was shown. Michael Schumacher (injury)
Monaco 2000 Monaco Grand Prix 1 Y Initially shown due to a technical fault in the FIA computer. Jenson Button and Pedro de la Rosa collided after the red flag was shown. Pedro de la Rosa
Germany 2001 German Grand Prix 1 Y Accident involving Michael Schumacher and Luciano Burti.
Belgium 2001 Belgian Grand Prix 5 S Accident involving Eddie Irvine and Luciano Burti. Kimi Räikkönen (transmission), Eddie Irvine (crash), Luciano Burti (injury), and Fernando Alonso (gearbox).
Brazil 2003 Brazilian Grand Prix 56 N Accident involving Mark Webber and Fernando Alonso.
Europe 2007 European Grand Prix 5 R Rain and accidents involving Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, Jenson Button, Scott Speed, Vitantonio Liuzzi, and Adrian Sutil. Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, Jenson Button, Scott Speed, Vitantonio Liuzzi, and Adrian Sutil.
Malaysia 2009 Malaysian Grand Prix 33 N Rain and accidents involving Sebastian Vettel, Giancarlo Fisichella, and Sébastien Buemi. Half points were awarded.
South Korea 2010 Korean Grand Prix 3 R Rain.
Monaco 2011 Monaco Grand Prix 72 R Accident involving Lewis Hamilton, Vitaly Petrov, Adrian Sutil, and Jaime Alguersuari. Vitaly Petrov and Jaime Alguersuari.
Canada 2011 Canadian Grand Prix 25 R Rain.
Malaysia 2012 Malaysian Grand Prix 9 R Rain.
Monaco 2013 Monaco Grand Prix 46 R Accident involving Pastor Maldonado and Max Chilton. Pastor Maldonado
United Kingdom 2014 British Grand Prix 1 R Accident involving Felipe Massa, Kimi Räikkönen, and Kamui Kobayashi. Felipe Massa and Kimi Räikkönen.
Japan 2014 Japanese Grand Prix 2 R Torrential rain as a consequence of Typhoon Phanfone.
46 N Fatal accident of Jules Bianchi.
Australia 2016 Australian Grand Prix 18 R Accident involving Fernando Alonso and Esteban Gutiérrez. Fernando Alonso (injury), Esteban Gutiérrez, and Rio Haryanto (mechanics during red flag period).
Belgium 2016 Belgian Grand Prix 9 R Accident of Kevin Magnussen. Kevin Magnussen
Brazil 2016 Brazilian Grand Prix 21 R Rain and accident of Kimi Räikkönen. Kimi Räikkönen and Jolyon Palmer.
28 Rain.
Azerbaijan 2017 Azerbaijan Grand Prix 22 R Debris on the track following multiple incidents.
Italy 2020 Italian Grand Prix 27 R Accident of Charles Leclerc.
Tuscany 2020 Tuscan Grand Prix 9 R Accident involving Carlos Sainz, Jr., Antonio Giovinazzi, Nicholas Latifi, and Kevin Magnussen. Carlos Sainz, Jr., Esteban Ocon (brakes), Antonio Giovinazzi, Nicholas Latifi, and Kevin Magnussen.
46 Accident of Lance Stroll. Lance Stroll
Bahrain 2020 Bahrain Grand Prix 1 R Accident of Romain Grosjean. Romain Grosjean (injury)
Emilia-Romagna 2021 Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix 33 R Accident involving Valtteri Bottas and George Russell. Valtteri Bottas and George Russell.
Azerbaijan 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix 48 R Accident of Max Verstappen, resulting in debris on the track. Max Verstappen
United Kingdom 2021 British Grand Prix 2 R Accident of Max Verstappen, resulting in a damaged barrier. Max Verstappen
Hungary 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix 2 R Accident involving Valtteri Bottas, Lando Norris, Sergio Pérez, Max Verstappen, Lance Stroll, Charles Leclerc and Daniel Ricciardo, resulting in debris on the track. Valtteri Bottas, Lando Norris, Sergio Pérez, Charles Leclerc, and Lance Stroll.
Belgium 2021 Belgian Grand Prix 3 N Rain. Half points were awarded.
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