Monday, July 20, 2015

Asked to Keep F1 racer Security Fix

Trusted Sport-New report, As one dangerous sport, Formula 1 should pay attention to the security of the riders. Jules Bianchi crash into alarm that safety improvements should not be stopped. Condolences was then coming from several parties involved in racing 'pole'. F1 driver Association (GPDA) was also expressed condolences. GPDA also claimed owed to all parties to continue to monitor the development of security so that no behenti F1 driver. "Formula 1 has lost a great talent, a great and amazing friend, on this day," read an official statement quoted by Planet F1 GPDA. "21 years after meinggalnya Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger, now we lose Jules, who died as a result of an accident on the track. As such it reminds us that there is no danger in a race." "Despite improvements large enough, we the Grand Prix driver, owes to the community a race, for a loss, and to Jules, to his family and friends, for never giving up in improving driver safety." he added.

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