Danger is not 'part of the game'

Danger is not 'part of the game'

The romance associated with the challenges heroes of bygone eras faced is one thing, writes EDD STRAW, but it should not cloud judgment of motorsport's ongoing and necessary work to improve safety

One of the most striking aspects of the aftermath of any motorsport tragedy, including that of Jules Bianchi, is the number of Monday morning quarterbacks who instantly have all the safety answers.

All the 'obvious' things that should have been done, the clear safety 'failings' and what they would have done differently.

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