Parents of man killed in Baku crash call on F1 to improve road safety in city

• Micah Maxwell-Milne killed in accident during European Games last year
• ‘More must be done to protect those travelling to Azerbaijan this summer’

The parents of a British-Australian man killed in a road accident in the run up to last year’s controversial European Games in Baku have called Bernie Ecclestone and the sport’s governing body to do more to improve road safety in the city before its first grand prix in June.

The race will take place almost a year after 23-year-old Micah Maxwell-Milne, who was working for the company staging the opening and closing ceremonies at the European Games, was killed after the Mercedes in which he was travelling collided with a Ford Transit in central Baku.

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