Posted on January 18, 2013


“When an F1 driver was involved in a big accident he wasn’t sure when he woke up whether he would see God or Sid Watkins. In the medical profession he was one and the same.” With these words Peter Hamlyn, eminent neurosurgeon and professional heir to Sid Watkins, paid tribute to the man who changed not only the field of neurological medicine, but also Formula 1 and wider sports medicine, at a memorial service, held today in at the St Marylebone Church in Central London. Sir Jackie Stewart, FIA president Jean Todt, Damon Hill and Ron Dennis were among the More…



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