Former Formula One driver, Robert Kubica says that Jules Bianchi's crash in the Japanese Grand Prix reminds that motor sport is always associated with danger and risk. On the race-day, Bianchi lost control of his car at Suzuka where an earlier incident had occurred, involving Sauber's Adrian Sutil.
Marussia driver Jules Bianchi is out of surgery and according to reports, the Frenchman is breathing on his own after suffering a severe head injury in a crash at the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday. The 25-year-old lost control of his car at Suzuka where an earlier incident had occurred, involving Sauber's Adrian Sutil.
Formula One has always been about numbers. It`s numbers game, all in all. The 107% rule, weight of a car, time taken to complete a lap, the fastest time registered by a driver, pit stop timings – these are some of the time-bound factors which decide a winner and fate of the team. Besides the thrills and spills on the circuit, `numbers` is also one of the main reasons why F1 is loved and followed religiously by millions around the world.
A day after his return to Sahara Force India, Nico Hulkenberg today insisted on doing a good `homework` before the 2014 season, which will mark beginning of a new era in Formula One due to change in regulations.
Sahara Force India would not be complacent going to Brazilian Grand Prix, final race of the F1 season, as the team wants to finish sixth on the constructors title and the drivers want to sign off on a high, here on Sunday.
Having regained the momentum with 15 points in the last two races, an ambitious Sahara Force India are now looking to snatch fifth place from McLaren as Formula one caravan has reached its penultimate destination of the season.