Flav (it says wrote, but he said it, he didn't write it) wrote:I've always been fair with my drivers,"
shinji wrote:Unless Ferrari see as an ideal short term replacement...?
Henrique wrote:He's fired, right? You can't say your team's boss doesn't know anything about F1 and get away with it.
Cynon wrote:Look further down the field, enjoy the view of the little guys and/or crap drivers in cars too good for them giving their all for a meager result.
Because that's what I thought this forum celebrates the most.
Chilled Phill wrote:Of course this man "who doesn't shite about Formula One" also happens to the man who brought Piquet Jr. into F1.
Martin Brundle, at the 2005 San Marino GP wrote:You can sort of imagine in four or five years time talking about these guys we've got on the front two rows of the grid today, can't you? They're very much the future of Grand Prix Racing.
Yannick wrote:Nelsinho is known for making ridiculous statements that sound like they were coming from the mouth of his father. Still, it was only a matter of time until the two characters in question, him and his team boss were to have a falling out, given their individual track records.
But what Renault needs now is an experienced driver, not another rookie.
Faustus wrote:@Many Blue Flags,
I really wish AutoHebdo would post the comics on their website. I used to buy AutoHebdo when I was still living in Portugal, but I can't find it in the UK. I've got all the comics between 1991 and 2002.
shinji wrote:Well there's no beating that.
eytl wrote:shinji wrote:Well there's no beating that.
Yes we can (Obama style)!
He's driven a Renault before, he's a ready-made replacement ...