Italian investigation blames broken steering column

According to Reuters, (who cite French newspapers L'Equipe and Informatin who in turn cited the experts' report) experts commissioned by Italian justice authorities found fractures in Senna's steering column that could not have been caused by the...

According to Reuters, (who cite French newspapers L'Equipe and Informatin who in turn cited the experts' report) experts commissioned by Italian justice authorities found fractures in Senna's steering column that could not have been caused by the impact with the wall and say there is an 85% chance a broken steering column caused the crash.

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