F1 takes no risks in Japan with memories of Bianchi’s death still fresh | Giles Richards

The fatal crash suffered by Jules Bianchi in 2014 made the postponement of qualifying both necessary and inevitable

Formula One’s decision to postpone qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix until Sunday morning was entirely expected and indeed, understandable. Taking risks with driver safety given the expected arrival of Typhoon Hagibis seemed unthinkable.

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Source: Formula 1

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