Japanese Grand Prix: Memories of Jules Bianchi death trigger anger over recovery truck on track

Formula 1 drivers and team principals condemned race officials for putting a recovery vehicle on track in wet conditions at the Japanese Grand Prix. We all lost an amazing guy, eight years ago, at the same track, in the same conditions with the crane. But the drivers felt that because the track was so slippery, the lorry should not have been out. We lost a life in this situation years ago,” McLaren driver Lando Norris said. We lost Jules Bianchi here and that should never, ever happen, so there needs to be a full investigation as to why there was a recovery vehicle on the circuit.

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