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Jose, I think "otherhands" point is the real cause of the problem. Very safe cars + very safe tracks make some drivers take risks that 20+ years ago would probably have left them in a wheelchair or worse.
Personally I think the current saftey history is largely down to good fortune not just advancements in technology, Alonso could easily have lost his head at Spa for example.
As a result driving standards have to improve or else we will see more fatalities in F1, it's almost inevitable. Us old dogs have seen it before, don't want to see it again. But I don't think rolling starts are the answer.