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TREMAYNE: Remembering Roger Williamson, whose tragic story helped set F1 on path to becoming a safer sport

Hall of Fame F1 Journalist

David Tremayne
Roger Williamson, March-Ford 721G OR March-Ford 731, Grand Prix of the Netherlands, Circuit Park

I’m a great believer that respect for and understanding of the past can be of huge value in shaping the future.

Last weekend, July 29th marked an emotional day: the 50th anniversary of the death of young upcoming racer Roger Williamson in the 1973 Dutch Grand Prix. And while the rain fell at Spa-Francorchamps, the weather gods blessed the small village of Arnesby in Leicester as more than 100 of his relatives, friends and fans gathered at the opening of a permanent tribute to his memory.



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