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October 05, 2014 12:45 PM

F1 » Bianchi suffers 'severe head injury' in crash

This tragic incident shows that there needs to be a revision of car recovery protocol. As has been demonstrated, a collision with a recovery vehicle has the potential to be far more dangerous than a collision between two race cars so if removing a stranded car is making a situation more dangerous than it should not be done or a safety car deployed to allow it to be done without increasing the danger. Easy to comment with hindsight of course, but F1 is a highly developed, sophisticated activity and commensurate with that one would expect that standard operating procedures/ best practise for car recovery are highly developed by now, but judging by the events of today, that is not the case.


April 15, 2014 11:36 PM

F1 » Haas: We can beat the Europeans

“I think you get the impression that sometimes people think that the European way of racing is so much more advanced than the Americans. But we're the most advanced country on the planet,” As Taipan observed, with comments like this its hard to either warm to or take this guy seriously. More of the indispensable & exceptional nation narrative..............


August 18, 2013 12:21 PM

MotoGP » 'Back to square one' for Ben Spies

Trento FYI shoulder separations are ligament injuries not bone injuries. Ligament injuries are of course often worse than bone damage as they are slow to heal and in the case of a separated shoulder grade 3 injury there are some snapped ligaments that will not repair so most guys would trade a broken collar bone for a serious shoulder seperation

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