Motorsport is dangerous? I don't think it's fair to give zeds better brakes on that basis. Isn't the onus on the driver to drive in a safe manner and pick an appropriate car based on the rules?
I disagree strongly on that viewpoint.
The "workplace" for the driver, with its better tyre technology, along with the recently granted approval to use a 15" tyre, higher horsepower engines, drivers who are prepared to race, rather than "tour with vigour", the increased amount of safetywear to the driver, better traction surfaces being utilised at tracks, woth better track safety margins now employed,,,,
The lack of the Sporting Authourity to address a known "at their limits" issue (s30 chassis brakes), which has been raised by quite a few individual competitors, only to be dsregarded, and told " you must drive within the limits" etc etc, s clearly NOT addressing the "safety in the workplace" issue.