Discussion in 'Drivers' started by teabagyokel, Jul 7, 2011.
Who would you put in instead FB?
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RasputinLives I don't know but this is a step back, not a step forward. I'm sure there are lots of very talented young drivers in the lower formulas and I'd like to see a new face.
Road of Bones but going to have to there.
Kamui wil perform to the level of his machinary and bring home a result. He's exceptionally good at making a strategy work. Sato was all random speed and no control with the lack of points he scored compared to his team mates tending to be embarrasing.
RasputinLives - I liked Sato, whereas I never caught the Kamui hype. Guess I never forgave him for holding up Jenson at Brazil in '09. Nobody ever said I had to be rational about it, or follow the herd in singing his praises.
Does your likeness for Sato come from him putting up no fight against JB?
Kamui seemed (to me) to spend lots of time mired anonymously in the lower midfield after failing to impress in qualy, and as a result got himself into a few too many contacts as a result (JB and LH both spring to mind). Perez did far more with some of Sauber's "hail Mary" strategy calls then he did, frankly. I really don't see that improving this year, unless Caterham have done something Brawn-like with the new regs, of course!
Still Kamui is in my eyes a bit better than Sato and I am happy he is back for this year.
I'm not quite sure what is great at seeing any driver overtake someone at the wheel of a damaged car?....
Is that you Enja or Kamui?
No. Super Aguri were not 3 secs or more off the pace. The two teams are not comparable in terms of the performance Super Aguri had in 2007 and 2008. They clearly weren't as bad as some people seem to remember.
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