Learning lessons from tragedies
As the motorsport world reels from the deaths of Dan Wheldon and Marco Simoncelli, Tony Dodgins looks at the important questions already being asked about how to prevent future fatalities
Jenson Button tweeted at the weekend that motorsport can be so cruel; and he's not wrong. The sport is inherently dangerous and always will be.
Inside a week, we have seen the deaths of Dan Wheldon at Las Vegas and now MotoGP coming-man Marco Simoncelli at Sepang.
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