Jackie Stewart's Fellow F1 Racers Had A 67 Percent Chance Of Death

Sir Jackie Stewart never spilled a drop of blood in the name of racing, but he lost 57 friends and colleagues to the sport. A staggering number. "It was very raw, very dangerous," he says about his time in F1. "There was a two out of three chance you were going to die if you lasted a five-year period." »11/16/13 11:01am11/16/13 11:01am

IndyCar / ALMS Crashes And RedBull F1 Tech Should Change Racing. But...

/ShakeDown on /DRIVE has Leo Parente, Mike Spinelli, and Ian Whalen discussing * How much Danger is enough in Racing , * If high-tech RedBull F1 KERS traction control and low-tech Pirelli tires will change GP rules, * If / When IndyCar will ever be relevant, again. Then, YOU comment. »10/12/13 4:46pm10/12/13 4:46pm