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In Stewart's day, ‘Max would've been killed'

Jackie Stewarts fears drivers are taking 'more liberties today', saying when he was racing a crash such as Max Verstappen's British GP one 'would've killed' the driver. Stewart raced in Formula 1 from 1965 to 1973, winning three World titles. In his last season, racing for Tyrrell, he did not compete in the final last race of the championship, the United States GP, his team withdrawing following the death of François Cevert in a qualifying crash. Cevert was the 12th Formula 1 driver killed in a crash during Stewart's years of racing. Credited today as one of the drivers who has done a lot to improve safety in Formula 1, Stewart admits he has a few concerns about today's drivers taking...
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