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Oct 6, 2014

F1 safety back in the spotlight

LONDON (Reuters) – Formula One fans are used to seeing drivers walk away from terrifying accidents but sometimes, in a sport that will always be dangerous however much is done to try and reduce the risks, a hole appears in the safety net.

Jules Bianchi’s accident at Suzuka on Sunday, which left the Frenchman fighting for his life with severe head injuries, has inevitably raised questions about what went wrong and what, if anything, might have been done differently.

Oct 6, 2014

Motor racing-F1 safety back in the spotlight

LONDON, Oct 6 (Reuters) – Formula One fans are used to seeing drivers walk away from terrifying accidents but sometimes, in a sport that will always be dangerous however much is done to try and reduce the risks, a hole appears in the safety net.

Jules Bianchi’s accident at Suzuka on Sunday, which left the Frenchman fighting for his life with severe head injuries, has inevitably raised questions about what went wrong and what, if anything, might have been done differently.

Oct 5, 2014
Oct 4, 2014
Oct 4, 2014

Vettel revives the Schumacher comparisons

LONDON (Reuters) – Sebastian Vettel entered Formula One with the nickname ‘Baby Schumi’ and comparisons with Michael Schumacher will be stronger than ever now that he has decided to walk out on Red Bull for Ferrari.

While the Italians have yet to confirm that the 27-year-old German is joining them next season, and resolutely ignored the speculation in their post-qualifying release at the Japanese Grand Prix on Saturday, Red Bull were happy to steal their thunder.

Oct 4, 2014

Motor racing-Vettel revives the Schumacher comparisons

LONDON, Oct 4 (Reuters) – Sebastian Vettel entered Formula One with the nickname ‘Baby Schumi’ and comparisons with Michael Schumacher will be stronger than ever now that he has decided to walk out on Red Bull for Ferrari.

While the Italians have yet to confirm that the 27-year-old German is joining them next season, and resolutely ignored the speculation in their post-qualifying release at the Japanese Grand Prix on Saturday, Red Bull were happy to steal their thunder.

Oct 3, 2014
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      "I am Reuters London-based motor racing correspondent, writing mostly about Formula One from around the world and covering my first race at Silverstone in 1991. I also report on other sports when not at grands prix."
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