F1 » Glock: Safety has to come first

Timo Glock disappointed as Marussia forced to miss final F1 test with its new car

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February 28, 2012 1:11 PM
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Safety... Just watched highlights of the Timex 37 hours, er Daytona 500. Seems while their 'safety car' is out and cars are running at 100 catching the tail of the pack, they deploy multiple lorries filled with jet fuel towing helio engines to blow the marbles off the track. Poor Montoya, drive train locks up, he slides into behemoth rolling bomb, mayhem insues. Thankfully Juan and lorry driver are uninjured. Maybe time for a rethink boys? or is this part of the show.

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