A legendary figure. He competed during a period when Formula 1 racing was arguably at its most dangerous. This man lost many of his fellow drivers during the sixties and early seventies. To his credit, he championed the cause of driver safety in spite of the mockery of some of the sport's leaders and aficionados. I think some of his efforts paid off, and the cars are safer, I am told, than they used to be. Perhaps someone more familiar with such details can tell me if I'm correct in this general conclusion.Please do not ask who this is. Please.
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