The seventh issue of AUTO+ Medical, which is created and produced by Patterrn, has launched with a look at some of the latest safety projects in motor sport.
In the journal we go behind the scenes with the World Rally drivers being taught how to become first-on-the-scene responders as part of an expanded FIA training initiative.
Elsewhere in the issue, we get the inside track from the latest International Council of Motorsport Sciences congress, and study the findings from a scientific investigation looking into the effects of high noise levels at motor sport events.
In the driver interview, GP2 racer Daniel De Jong looks back on his accident during the 2015 feature race at Spa-Francorchamps and offers his thoughts on medical care and recovery techniques for racing drivers.
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