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Mosley slams those who 'glorify the risk' in F1

Former FIA president Max Mosley has backed the introduction of the controversial 'Halo' device which is designed to protect the head of a driver during races, and has slammed the people within the sport who continue to "glorify the risk" involved in Formula 1. The 'Halo' cockpit protection system has split opinion, but former Mosley says current FIA president Jean Todt was right to introduce it. "I haven't been to a race since 2009, but I watch a lot of the races on TV," he told Auto Motor und Sport. "I have to say that cars without Halo seem almost old-fashioned now," the 78-year-old said. "They somehow look wrong. "Since the 60s, I've heard that the...
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