Why F1 takes concussion so seriously

Why F1 takes concussion so seriously

Some seem to think that a concussion isn't anything to be too worried about. EDD STRAW explains why Fernando Alonso has taken it so seriously

Amid the conspiracy theories surrounding Fernando Alonso's absence from the Australian Grand Prix, one thing is abundantly clear: too many people still take concussion very lightly.

Numerous times since Alonso's accident, there have been references to 'only' a concussion, as if it were a light tap to the head that should just be shrugged off.

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