Motor racing-F1 drivers mourn Bianchi but racing stays the same


Friends and Formula One drivers gather around the coffin of late Marussia F1 driver Jules Bianchi during the funeral ceremony at the Sainte Reparate Cathedral in Nice, France, July 21, 2015. REUTERS/Jean-Pierre Amet

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Formula One drivers mourned French driver Jules Bianchi on Thursday but made clear his untimely death would not change the way they go racing or their willingness to take risks.

The popular Bianchi died in hospital last Friday nine months after his Marussia car slammed into a recovery tractor at the Japanese Grand Prix.

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