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There was a time, when the average F1 driver could drive any car you could squeeze him into. A time when you might see the same driver drive 2 or three different cars, in different classes, on the same weekend.
Those days are now gone.
Nearly every driver in F1 is prevented from driving anything but a street car, on anything but a public road, both during the seasons and in between.
The argument for these restrictions is simple and straightforward. There is too much at stake in F1, to risk losing a driver because of an injury from another race.
This may appear logical…
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