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Minardi questions battery safety

Following the opening pre-season test and the public debuts of ten of this season's cars, former team boss Gian Carlo Minardi questions the safety aspect of the new look cars.'In comparison with 1994, the year one of the world's most gifted drivers passed away, Formula One safety regulations changed so much,' says the Italian. 'But how about Formula 1 safety today?'I heard people talking about new turbo engines and reliability, but only Newey talked about safety,' he continued, referring to the Red Bull designer's questioning of the new noses, introduced for reasons of safety, but which he feels could have the opposite effect.'What I'd like to understand is whether everything is under...
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