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richard

July 20, 2015 8:56 PM

F1 » Bianchi was primed as Ferrari’s Raikkonen replacement


titfortat: Everyone saying how amazing he was, I didn't even notice him until the crash, he was in the worst car and so always finished at the back... just one of those drivers who would never make it to a top team. I don't get why drivers even want to be in F1 if they cannot have a chance of winning, I'd rather go down a formula and win there and secure a seat that way.
well, it shows how little you know about f1! jules was a ferrari protege, and was lined up to take over from kimi. they paid for him to gain some experience with marussia, and he rewarded them with a fantastic race in monaco where he gained a point in an uncomepetetive car...on merit. and if drivers didnt go into f1 in case they couldnt win, we would have very few cars in a race.

richard

July 20, 2015 12:41 PM

F1 » GPDA: We must never relent on improving safety


john.nichols.1481: It did touch the crane. There are scrape marks on the helmet of the underside of the crane.
the eyewitness reports of the extracation of poor jules stated that there was NO damage to his helmet. the cars front left wheel hit the wheel of the tractor, tearing the marussias wheel off and destroying the side of the car. the cockpit protection and rollbarensured that jules head was protected.

richard

July 19, 2015 4:36 PM

F1 » GPDA: We must never relent on improving safety


ProfessorX: and I will just keep looking at those all-terrain 'tractors'/cranes with just enough room to drive under and lose your head. F1 needs to look at it's self in the mirror, those 'tractors'/cranes have killed more than one person in the last few years, and Maria de Villota might still be a live today if people took safety around 'raised' vehicles more seriously.
mein gott! did you see the accident? jules helmet did not even touch the tractor! it was the extreme sudden deccelleration that caused the brain to impact on the inside of the skull. similar to schumis skiing incident but at around 100 times the g.

richard

July 19, 2015 4:35 PM

F1 » GPDA: We must never relent on improving safety


ProfessorX: and I will just keep looking at those all-terrain 'tractors'/cranes with just enough room to drive under and lose your head. F1 needs to look at it's self in the mirror, those 'tractors'/cranes have killed more than one person in the last few years, and Maria de Villota might still be a live today if people took safety around 'raised' vehicles more seriously.
mein gott! did you see the accident? jules helmet did not even touch the tractor! it was the extreme sudden deccelleration that caused the brain to impact on the inside of the skull. similar to schumis skiing incident but at around 100 times the g.


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