Safety in Formula -1. From the road to the highway.

Taisiya Lavi September 11, 2017

The political regulation of Formula One.

I've been heard more and more about the rules, penalties and developments ( Hello dear and beloved Halo device) in Formula One. I appreciate the desire of Jean Todt in his attempts to secure and save the drivers in racetracks. This is a high and ambitious goal.

Anyway, whether you like it or not, Indycar racing could be called one of the most spectacular, I think to call it one of the most dangerous sport.
Young driver Zachary Claman De Melo is going debut at Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing in Sonoma Raceway. That's fine, we are all very happy for him. But, nobody thought that the young man is 19 only?

"But Max Verstappen.....", let's leave the talking about Max and his racing achievements in Formula 1, and we'll talk about Indycar.
Why victory goes to experience to the rogue men? They have the endurance. Will Power, Takuma Sato. Look at these brave men!

I believe in the success of Zachary Claman De Melo, but isn't he too young for such races? Don't you think rules and regulations need to change not only in Formula 1? Don't you think that security is needed not only where are many sponsors, and where the really dangerous and risky?

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