SeijaKessen wrote:But, it's about the thrill with living life on the limit. No different than people who skydive, base jump, or anything else. There is a thrill that comes from pushing to the limit of life and death that safe sports cannot provide.
Keep in mind though, he comes from a different era where danger in motor racing was perfectly acceptable.
The thrill you are talking about is from the sportsman's point of view and not from the spectators. In no sport will a spectator enjoy watching the sportsperson lose life or limb.