F1: Attitudes to head injuries have changed a lot in just four years

Fernando Alonso will miss next week’s Australian Grand Prix after sustaining a concussion during pre-season testing. McLaren should be applauded for taking head injuries seriously and their stance will pressure other teams to do likewise. Things have certainly changed a lot since 2011 when a McLaren driver was knocked unconscious during the Belgian Grand Prix and similar care was not provided.

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