The rain-soaked Singapore Grand Prix marked the 14th round of the 2017 Formula One championship this weekend, and it started off with lots of .
Seconds after the lights went out to signal the start, Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel managed to get along the left side of Red Bull driver Max Verstappen. Before they could reach turn one, the two made , sending Vettel's car into teammate Kimi Raikkonen, knocking all three drivers out of the race.
Before all the cars came to a stop, McLaren-Honda driver Fernando Alonso was also collected. Although his car was damaged, Alonso continued for several laps before eventually retiring. Lewis Hamilton, who started fifth, went on to take victory.
Fortunately for us, the incident was captured with dozens of different camera angles, giving us a look at exactly what happened. It's worth noting that no action was taken by officials against any driver for being at fault, and no one was injured.