Extra safety leads to ‘borderline reckless-driving’

Former Formula One driver Anthony Davidson, who survived a massive crash during the Le Mans 24-Hour in June, said that racing was now so safe that it has created a situation where there is “borderline reckless-driving”.

While he believes that safety is vital, he said that it should also be demanding. “I feel a driver should be challenged and should be punished for mistakes,” he told the Guardian. “It’s what makes people follow the sport in quite a gruesome way. It’s the danger, racing drivers should be heroes.

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