Found September 05, 2012 on Fox Sports:
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As Formula One prepares to race in Ferrari's home grand prix at Monza this weekend, safety still dominates discussion. Championship leader and Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso nearly had his head clipped when Romain Grosjean's Lotus flew over him in a wild multi-car accident at the start of last weekend's Belgian Grand Prix. Ideas being debated run from some sort of cage around drivers' heads to adding rear-wheel bumpers to employing running starts. Others have called for a football-like system whereby if you get two warnings for reckless driving you miss the next race. It's all talk for now in a climate which feels similar to the aftermath of Ayrton Senna's death in 1994. However, Alonso is alive and well and the Italian GP represents a chance for him to bounce back and pad his 24-point lead over Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel. The crash sent Alonso, Lewis Hamilton and Sergio Perez off the track at the first corner. Grosjean went for a small gap and clip...
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