As discussions around safety continue to dominate the sport, Brundle has shared the belief that danger is part and parcel of driving an F1 car.
Brundle: You cannot be scared in an F1 car
He told Sky Sports: "You just have to accept it, you need to mind manage and realise that you might be injured, paralysed or killed in a racing car, and that's racing cars of all types of speed.
"It's a dangerous business when you put a group of cars and competitive people together and reward the top three.
"It's what it's all about. The nub of my piece is either you need a 90 degree left-hander at the foot of the hill, or you want fast corners and to have the thrill of this in motorsport and the danger that goes with it.
"But then people get injured and die in other categories in hairpins and chicanes as well, it's a dangerous business so when you drive the car you need to understand that, and you're not scared because you've mind managed it.
"When you can't see where you're going on a rainy day like yesterday, when you push the throttle a little bit harder, you know you still want to do it, when you lift off because you're scared, you have to get out the car."
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