'F1 safety starts in the junior ranks'
13 September 2012, 12:33
Formula One's governing body needs to crack down on dangerous behaviour
in feeder series like GP2 to improve safety standards in grands prix,
according to Austrian Alexander Wurz.
A lively debate has been going on in Formula One since inexperienced
French driver Romain Grosjean was banned for last weekend's Italian
Grand Prix for causing a pile-up in Belgium the previous Sunday.
Grosjean will be back for Singapore next week and his Lotus team say he
has learned a lesson from spending time watching and listening in the
garages at Monza while Belgian Jerome d'Ambrosio drove his car.
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