Discussion in 'Drivers' started by HammydiRestarules, Sep 20, 2011.
So driver of the day is... him again.
Wonder if he actually got the most votes this time?
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I hope Haas stays competitive and he gets more podiums
Il_leone I'm not sure why anyone is surprised. If you go back to the end of 2013 when Grosjean last had a decent car he always drove the wheels off it even pushing the Red Bulls on occasions
RasputinLives I am not surprised although there are a few detractors thinking he got whooped by Alonso when it was not his fault that Flavio Briatore decided to stick a knife to Nelson Piquet jnr using him as a pawn and his "First Lap Nutcase" incident should devalue his abilities and talent
I am glad he made the bold move for his career which his old gp2 rival Nico Hulkenberg did not fancy
Fair play to Roman
He certainly doesn't take it lying down.
On this subject the DAMS team said Grosjean was the best driver they'd seen at setting up a car and credit him with the reason they won the championships in GP2 after he'd left. He doesn't seem to have the same skill with the Haas at the moment.
RasputinLives If he did or showed it he would have probably got the Ferrari drive
The swear beep has barely been off at Ferrari this year. If Jenson Button launched a fragrance, it would be called "Oversteer".
They're not engineers, they're sportsmen. Bloody clever and responsible sportsmen, granted, but I doubt you could judge them best amidst the heat of battle.
He's the Heidfeld of the 2010s.
Oh, the car, definitely.
Yeah the dallara updates have sent it backwards. But he helping no one, with just mindless moaning. Constantly saying this is the worse car isnt going to make it any better in the same way a toddler crying/tantrum wont get its own way.
You've got to have suggestions
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