There will be a lot of dabate going on in the FIA room at Monza: a sausage-kerb on the outside of the last corner sent Peroni flying metres into the air. The 19 years old looped three times while flying before landing head first on the barriers. A huge risk has been avoided thanks to the Halo system that prevented Peroni's helmet to impact directly against the fences. It's possibly the third life saved by the Halo in just one week time, considering the rear wing of Giuliano Alesi hitting Jordan King and Sean Gelael on the head-protection during the massive accident that lead to the death of Anthoine Hubert.
Alex Peroni, anyway, after some seconds of concern, walked out of the wrekage apparently shocked but unscaved.
A very lucky escape not only for him, but for the track mashalls as well, since no one of them has been involved in the incident.
While Formula 1 cars are warming up for the last free practise session of the weekend, the stewards had to quickly decide about how to handle the circumstance and make sure it won't happen again. The news just arrived in the press room: all the kerbs on the outside of Parabolica have been removed.
For the record, the race win went to Robert Shwartzman, followed by Marcus Armstrong and Daruvala, for a full Prema podium.