Bianchi's death proves F1 will never be safe

Bianchi's death proves F1 will never be safe

The death of Jules Bianchi from the injuries he suffered in last year's Japanese Grand Prix sent shockwaves through motorsport. KARUN CHANDHOK gives a driver's perspective, and reflects on the loss a promising talent and 'good bloke'

The last week in motorsport has been dominated by the tragic news of Jules Bianchi succumbing to the horrific head injuries he suffered at Suzuka last year.

I was fortunate to have lunch at Jackie Stewart's house a few months ago along with Damon Hill and John Watson. Jackie was kind enough to show us around his house, and just looking at the pictures of his friends and other drivers who had been killed or seriously injured reminded us of how much the sport has moved on.

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