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Firstly, incompletely agree with Richard's post on enclosed cock-pits ... albeit that it is not just a tyre issue in isolation, but I do agree that a solution for the prevention of possible detached parts / debris will go a long way to ensuring we keep open cock-pits / monoposto form.
I froze when I seen Alonso sitting there, briefly appearing motionless. I adore my sport, and regardless of my personal thoughts I would never want to see any driver injured or worse, killed, although I do fear that unless more is done to protect the drivers should a car become airborne (biggest concern), or a wheel break loose ... someone will suffer a similar fate to that of young Henry Surtees.
Slightly off topic, but getting back on track (no pun intended!) ... I really can't believe that all the talk is of Grosjean causing the accident. Lewis had one of the worst weekends of his career, and that's excluding his first corner retirement. Has anyone even thought about where he was at in his own head?