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Formula 1′s head game

Formula 1 is ripe with seriously challenging circumstances that can ruin your career or life in a matter of seconds and that’s just in the paddock and hospitality area, on track is a whole other challenge. Formula One World Champion Sir Jackie Stewart has advocated, for some time now, a mentor program for the young drivers entering F1. As a veteran, he knows the ravages of the F1 grid and paddock and how careers and races can be won or lost. F1 is facing tough economical times of late and paying drivers—some still teenagers—are being considered for drives in F1 but as retiring Mark Webber said, this isn’t a finishing school. If you look at the careers of Jenson Button or Lewis...
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