Mercedes GP team boss Ross Brawn thinks Formula 1 should not rest on its laurels about safety in the sport, after
Sergio Perez's escape from his bad crash in qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix
. Brawn believes lessons should be taken on board about car design and track configuration.
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McLaren driver Jenson Button, who won the world championship with Brawn GP in 2009, agrees. "Glad to hear Sergio isn't seriously injured. That's a scary place to end up in the barriers. Still think we can do more to help with safety," he said on Sunday morning.
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Ferrari's Fernando Alonso believes the grid for the Monaco Grand Prix does not represent the true order this weekend. The Spaniard will start in fourth.
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Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel insists that being world champion has not changed him. "There are some things I can't do as freely as everybody else, but I can still walk down the street and go to the cinema without any trouble," he said. "And when I go to watch my favourite football team, Eintracht Frankfurt, I watch from the stands rather than the VIP box. There are always people who want to take my picture but it's not a problem. You just have to deal with it."
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