F1 » POLL: Should F1 teams let drivers indulge in dangerous activities?

Juan Montoya, Mark Webber and, now, Robert Kubica have all suffered injuries taking part in risky activities away from the racetrack.... but should the teams allow them to do it?

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Huge - Unregistered

February 10, 2011 11:38 AM

How is it that people with a lot of money to pay talented sportsmen, still believe they have bought the athlete's spirit as well ?? In fact how many of these rich and fat people have ever raced at all, and understand why a racer competes at all ?? I would imagine a F1 driver in his true state, behind the wheel, has no thought of money, investment or any other limiting crap - he just wants to experience the visceral fun of competing close to the edge - and getting away with it. All else is for the suits. Unfortunately Kubica didn't get away with it this time. I hope he gets another chance - forthe sake of all racers !!

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