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Written by Colin Brassington (aka Brash)   
Sunday, 19 July 2015 17:20

A few days ago, Marussia Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi succumbed to the injurues he sustained during last year's Japanese F1 Grand Prix at Suzuka.

ForzaJules
Image borrowed from Autosport.com without their permission

Whlie the circumstances were tragic, and so much of the report and inquest into the incident suggests that the incident was avoidable, it doesn't make it any easier.

I never met Jules. But many of those who did are saddened by his passing. AUTOSPORT's F1 man Edd Straw did, and wrote this touching biography just after the news broke.

Click through to AUTOSPORT to read a story on why Jules could've been the next big thing in F1.

May he Rest in Peace

 

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