Former F1 doctor rubbishes claims that drivers do dope 30 October, 2013 Gary Harstein with Bernie Ecclestone Former Formula 1 doctor Gary Harstein has slammed suggestions even Formula 1 is not immune to doping.
From 2003 to 2005, Marc Sanson was head of the conseil de prevention et de lutte contre le dopage, or the French anti-doping council.
This year, the French senate revealed an explosive report about doping, with particular attention to the troubled world of cycling.
But Sanson was quoted as saying: 'For many years, (Formula 1) drivers have used tacrine, a product used in the treatment of diseases such as Alzheimer's, in order to remember the circuits more easily.'
According to The...
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