Discussion in 'Drivers' started by RasputinLives, Mar 30, 2017.
I'm sure Ferrari have other young drivers kicking around that would jump at the chance.
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He'll also be doing some FP1 session for Haas in upcoming grand Prix which might make KMag look over his shoulder somewhat.
Also Italian driver comes in for first drive in a Ferrari at Monza? The media would lap that crap up. I reckon David Croft would explode with excitement.
Remember when Renault had a race ban at Valencia quashed? Or Schumacher's ban missing Hockenheim?
If the FIA wanted to make Croft explode, they'd disqualify all but Verstappen.
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Would like to see him get a full shot next year as he pushed Gasly quite close in GP2 and Gasly is doing ok.
Ferrari weren't running the simplified 2019 front wing. The 2 second gap isn't as impressive once that is taken into account.
It seems like he is the forgotten man at the moment and struggling at Alfa
I don't know if its because he is treated as No 2 or he simply cannot get to grips with the car but not being on the pace to Kimi as well as seeing his stablemate LeClerc doing the biz at the sharp end is not going to help his position if Ferrari are already lining up
Illott or Schumacher
RasputinLives 5 Ferrari powered cars in the top 10 and the missing one is Giovinazzi before Grosjean got penalised. Maybe I was a bit harsh but the fact Ferrari have already lined up Illott and Schumacher means he can;t relax for his seat
If anything the expectation would be he would send Kimi to retirement.
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