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Topic - The European Grand Prix
Safety discussions are dominating Formula One as the series heads to the Italian Grand Prix after a scary near-miss over the weekend.
Williams driver Pastor Maldonado was fined and accused of being "very dangerous" for Formula One after ending a rival's race for a second successive grand prix on Sunday.
Fernando Alonso's emotional comeback win at the European Grand Prix last Sunday has finally set one driver apart from the pack in the most tightly contested Formula One season in history.
Lewis Hamilton performed a quick U-turn on his Formula One championship hopes a day after just about ruling them out.