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October 05, 2014 6:50 PM
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F1 » Bianchi suffers 'severe head injury' in crash

From "Jules Bianchi has come out of surgery and has been moved into an intensive care unit. He continues to breathe on his own and doctors are closely monitoring him." First off, my thoughts are with Jules and his family today. Provided it's accurate, this is very promising news and has helped ease my anxiety. I feel like this was an avoidable incident which of course in hindsight is easy to say. I hate seeing recovery vehicles within a circuit limits. Bottom line: If an F1 car hits a tyre barrier, as we know the chance of serious injury nowadays is surprisingly low. If an F1 car hits another F1 car, the chance of serious injury is raised but due to the height and impact dispersal we're looking more at potential broken limbs etc. If an F1 car hits a recovery vehicle the chance of fatal injury is high. So why risk bringing a JCB in to recover an F1 car in the wet? Maria's accident - although not under racing conditions - occurred at 40mph remember.

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