Grand Prix Drivers’ Association chairman Alexander Wurz Wants Safer, Faster F1 Cars at 450 km/h and More Extreme Tracks with Less Run-Off Room
Since most of you are reading this in an American market, I’ll translate the Austrian for you. 450 kmh is 279 mph.
Faster F1 cars? What if?
Alexander Wurz is in a position to push steps in that direction of new found speed in F1. He’s a member of FIA Institute safety group, FIA road safety ambassador as well as being a chairman to the GPDA (Grand Prix Drivers’ Association).
“If I am a visionary for F1, I would make the cars ever safer, but I would than make them way faster,” Wurz told Motorsport.com.