Interesting point of view, but you left out another important bit that being that several other drivers made their way past the scene of Sutil's stranded car and only Bianchi, who didn't decelerate adequately to pass the scene safely, crashed.The tragedy that happened to Bianchi was a combination of a governing body deciding that TV figures and sponsors were more important that drivers and refusing to move an event from a monsoon, and vehicles working on track. Even with the halo Jules would not have made it.
Very true. Thats why i still blame jean todt. Everyone knew what the forecast was at korean gp 8 days before. So everyone knew that the typhoon would hit for the race on sunday. But yet despite a week notice neither organiser or FIA said they could do anything to change. Like to race at 11am where it was forecast to be brighter & light rainWe all knew the start time of that race should have been moved even on the day of the race prior to the accident