Oddly enough I was wondering this the other day. I don’t think we can ever say “death-proof”, however it has been F1′s safest ever decade. It is unfortunate that the non-driver fatalities such as the aforementioned Graham Beveridge and Paolo Ghislimberti who died the previous year at Monza are often forgotten.
I worry that the next “big one” is just around the corner, particularly as we almost have a whole generation of drivers who have not experienced the death of an F1 driver in their lives.
N.B. I’m aware that there are no drivers on the current grid born after April 1994, but a few are too young to remember it.