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His family said: "Jules fought right to the very end, as he always did, but today his battle came to an end."
originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: smurfy
Not at Suzuka.
Maybe not anywhere.
Unfortunately he wasn't highly decorated.
For the record, I hope he does get that honor. For anyone who gets behind the wheel of F1 machinery, are 'Balls out!' (I mean that with the utmost respect.)
And to give his life (literally) to F1, deserves the honor.
F1 was doing so well (safety) since Senna. Frickn shame! Dipsh!t move on track officiating.
From what I've read his head injury was pretty severe mate , he'd been in a coma since the accident.
It's a sad loss and no age to die but at least he died doing something he loved , I imagine a corner or part of the track will be named in his honor at one of the circuits.