Driving standards and how to police them often come up in motorsport. Incidents will always happen, and every now and again an organising club or championship will decide a clampdown is needed.
Safety is an ever-present issue, and if a series gets a reputation for being too lax on rough driving some competitors can be put off, so an organiser's attempt to improve things is usually welcome. But the recent Masters Historic Racing stance is slightly baffling.
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OPINION: Clubs and organisers understandably need to control driving standards in their events, but Masters Historic Racing's recent crackdown on its 'pro' racers could be counterproductive
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