It has been a busy week for the Formula 1 world, with the sport returning to Monaco for the most iconic and prestigious event of the season. But who has been saying what over the last seven days?
'Not only has Australia lost our greatest sportsman alongside Don Bradman, but today Formula One has lost a crucial part of its DNA. In the 1840’s, Thomas Carlyle argued that great men could have a decisive historical impact through their charisma, wisdom and intelligence.
'In the 1860’s Herbert Spencer argued that great men are the products of their societies, and that their actions would be impossible without the social conditions built before their lifetimes. No-one would argue that in Sir...
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