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July 23, 2015 5:14 PM

F1 » Hamilton ‘not against’ closed cockpit prospect

Lewis4Jen: It is not feasible to mitigate the injuries Bianchi suffered by either enclosing the driver’s cockpit, or fitting skirts to the crane. Neither approach is practical due to the very large forces involved in the accident between a 700kg car striking a 6500kg crane at a speed of 126kph. There is simply insufficient impact structure on a F1 car to absorb the energy of such an impact without either destroying the driver’s survival cell, or generating non-survivable decelerations.
Remove the crane?


July 26, 2015 8:43 AM

F1 » Hamilton primed to ascend all-time lists in Hungary

F1 has become to easy now. Compare it to ten years ago and it makes current F1 look lame, slow, boring and dull. We now have a manufactured sport that is manipulated to try and make it an interesting show, Reality is it couldn't be further from the truth. So how can you be a "Great" if driving in a heavily watered down championship, be a bit tainted if you ask me. Even Alonso has stated racing now is not as exciting as it used to be, and has thought about racing in other categories other than Formula 1.

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