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A vision of the future - the driverless race car

In the wake of Imola 1994, for many the first experience, courtesy of their TV sets, just how brutal and unforgiving Formula One can be, the sport went into overdrive in its efforts to ensure that such tragedy could never happen again.Though the powers that be can quite rightly point to the positives, the number of drivers who have survived far worse accidents and walked away, there were also some quite silly kneejerk reactions such was the desire to convince the wider public that F1 was safe and Imola was merely an aberration.Such was the safety drive some opined that they remembered when 'motor racing was dangerous and sex was safe...', the purists almost lamenting the dreadful days of...
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