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Hakkinen praises FIA development: 'Zhou remained protected'

At the start of the British Grand Prix, we saw once again how many steps the FIA has taken to make Formula One safer. There were two separate accidents, both with great impact. The first was Guanyu Zhou, who slid upside down on the tarmac after a collision. Secondly, Alexander Albon lost control and shot straight through the field, hitting several drivers. Article continues under ad According to Mika Hakkinen, the accident was further proof that the FIA has taken the right steps to ensure the safety of drivers and fans during the race. "It was a very spectacular accident, the kind which can happen when you have multiple collisions," the former world champion explained in his...
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