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Hopefully the tv cameraman will have personal insurance
to help him recover.
It would appear that Bernie already has done his bit
and got rid of all media from the pitlane, so FOM are safe in future.
Some Of The £30,000 FINE should be given to the injured party, not the FIA.
This outfit you think people should wear, is it shiney and chrome and worn by people who joust whilst on horseback...??
The pits have always been dangerous, and the most risky place at a race track. Media work within guidelines set out by FOM. As you say had the man been looking, maybe he could have ducked, shimmied, or vanished in a puff of smoke.......however he wasnt and he didnt. Auto camera views will now be the norm in the pitlane, and a few more FOM personel will be stationed in a more safe place.
I look forward to the suit of armour that one must now wear......!!