Ant Davidson fears that F1's objective to make circuits as safe as possible has led to "borderline reckless driving coming into play."
In the last few decades Formula One has made great strides in improving safety, not only with regards to the cars but also the tracks.
As a result it has been almost two decades since the sport last lost a driver out on track, Ayrton Senna's death at the 1994 San Marino GP.
Davidson, though, is concerned that in some ways Formula One has gone too far.
While the former F1 driver by no means wants anyone injured, he says that at many tracks there are no longer consequences for mistakes.
"I feel a driver should be challenged and should be...
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