The two events that overshadowed all the other motor sport activities last weekend where a rain stricken Canadian Formula One Grand Prix that ran surprisingly smoothly despite all the dramas involved. Thanks to good co-operation between drivers, their crews and race control all the right decisions were taken under extreme circumstances to assure a safe running of the event.
Not the same can be said of the 79th edition of the Le Mans 24 hours race. Two very brutal accidents highlighted what always has been a problem at this classic long distance race, but is no longer acceptable in modern days. In a time when long distance races are fought like sprint races, there’s no room for such huge discrepancies on the same piece of tarmac. Or do you see F3 teams join the F1 grid to run in their own class in a Grand Prix?
We got another 91 pages of motor sport coverage from around the globe for you in issue no. 20. Enjoy the read!
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