F1 must react calmly to Suzuka events

F1 must react calmly to Suzuka events

Now is not the time for kneejerk reactions to Jules Bianchi's terrible crash, but authorities must learn lessons from the circumstances, says JONATHAN NOBLE

You have to go back to the 2009 Hungarian Grand Prix, and before that Imola 1994, to find a Formula 1 paddock so collectively lost in its own thoughts as it was at Suzuka last Sunday night.

After a crazy weekend of drama in the F1 driver market, and mounting fears over the potential effect of Typhoon Phanfone on the race, Jules Bianchi's horrendous accident left everyone simply numb.

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