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September 29, 2015 4:19 PM

F1 » Force India, Sauber lodge EU complaint over F1 governance

I have no doubt that F1 has to have new people at the helm. The old guard have made F1 what it is to day ( boring ) . That old guard have made lots od money from F1 and they really should move aside let new young people in with fresh minds and idieas. In for the sport for F1 needs all the support it can get. Drivers salarys at the top end are far to high and still they cry for more safety. NOTE there have been more cricketers killed in the last 20 years than in F1. I begin to wonder if it can be reconstructed at all..


September 11, 2015 12:11 PM

F1 » Button calls for better safety beyond F1

Jenson has his money and pension made so is this is how he feels he should retire and go fishing. Risks are part of motorsport in general. Over the last 20 years i'm sure there has been more deaths in the game of cricket given all the protection. I would again say about all drivers making the statements on savety it is there time for retirement if they are so concerned. F1 now is so save compared to 40 years ago that it has become uninteresting and that is why people watch ralleying and moto gp.

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