Charles Leclerc says he does not want to think about what might have been had he not been running the Halo at Spa after seeing the damage to it after Fernando Alonso went over his car at La Source.
The Spaniard was caught up in the first lap crash caused by an out-of-control Nico Hülkenberg on Sunday, but was full of praise for the Halo after his car went over the top of Charles Leclerc’s Sauber.
The Spaniard feels the introduction of the Halo should not be questioned, particularly as its been brought in as a safety device.
Toto Wolff is not a fan of the Halo, and hopes the FIA can come up with a better design in the future.
Max Verstappen is not a fan of the way the Halo looks, but believes the taller drivers could be penalised due to its weight.
The changes made to F1 by Liberty Media ahead of the 2018 season will not have any effect on the kind of racing of recent years, according to Sauber boss Frederic Vasseur.
Otmar Szafnauer has revealed that the limited resources at Force India and the relatively late introduction of the Halo gave the team some headaches.
James Key says people will quickly get used to the Halo head protection system in 2018, with the final designs more pleasing on the eye than what was seen during its on-track testing.
Paddy Lowe feels the weight of the Halo will have a bigger effect on the design of the 2018 Formula 1 cars than the aerodynamic effect of the head protection system.
The new F2 2018 has been unveiled at Monza, which will race in Formula 2 for at least the next three seasons.
The Haas engineers are working hard to find the best solution to make the halo head protection system work in their favour on the 2017 car.
Otmar Szafnauer admits the late introduction of the halo could delay the arrival of the 2018 Force India car.
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Sir Jackie Stewart has defended the controversial Halo safety device, saying injuries must be prevented rather than treated
The boss of the FIA Formula 2 Championship has clarified what parts will be carried over from the old F2 car onto the new car, which is being introduced in 2018.
Romain Grosjean remains defiant that Formula 1 does not need additional cockpit protection after criticising the Shield system that made its first appearance on track at Silverstone on Friday.