But the old saying is "in order to finish first, first you must finish". It will be interesting to see how aggressive different algorithms are, and how they respond to different circumstances. There is always a possibility of an "error in calculation", but the algorithms are unlikely to be out and out reckless, because they won't achieve anything by not finishing.
The fact that Senna existed proves that saying teaches you nothing .
He was a lot more aggressive than other drivers, had lots of problems because of that, not just accidents, but managed to get 3 championships.
I'm pretty sure the reason others are not more like Senna is that they don't want to end their life against a wall. AIs won't care about that kind of thing.