Atlas F1 presents a series of articles written by certified engineer Will Gray, providing an in-depth look at all the technical areas involved in development, design, and construction of an F1 car. Part 4c: Racing Vehicle Environment - Driver Psyche, Mental F1
Despite advances in cockpit design and construction, and a host of safety regulations constantly added, racing drivers still face a realistic chance of getting killed. David Attard argues that not everything is done to prevent this
As the first 50 years of the Formula One come to an end, Atlas F1 looks back at the events and the men who inspired us for five decades; the moments of laughter, moments of nail biting, and moments of tears. They enriched our lives and will forever be a part of racing heritage.
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