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Maybe the pioneering, determined, and succesfull efforts of the likes of Sir Jackie Stewart and Prof. Sid Watkins have delivered a form of motorsport that is safe enough? Nearly 20 years now with what, a couple of fairly serious injuries and nothing much else? I ask the question for debate purposes rather than being entirely certain of my statement. Always need to keep pushing safety to ensure it keeps up with the speed and technology, but there are limits as to what should be done to protect drivers less the sport becomes too sterile.



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