And you expect that from a driver that's driving in the second worst car on the grid?
Of course Glock thinks of himself as a front runner, what would be his and the rest of the none-front running drivers motivation be?Glock should have trounced D'ambrosio - yes he beat him but Glock considers himself a front runner for cripese sake.
Guess we'll just agree to disagree Sly - trust a Buemi fan to appreciate the average
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Now now Sly I was only poking fun. We're all entitled to opinionsI don't just look at a few statistics to make a judgement...
He qualified in 21st(2 tenths in front of Jerome) and retired on Lap 9! How is that almost snatching points? I thought you might have meant the year before but he retired in that one too! I was thinking maybe you had the Grand Prix wrong but I can't think of the one you mean.or in Singapore where he nearly snatched points for Virgin
By gaining 13th place in Canada in a race that was to a large extent a lottery due to the conditions. Did they actually finish in front of the leading Virgin in any other race last year?Well everyone mocks HRT but they still have managed to finish in front of Marussia/Virgin 2 years running.
India for one, both Ricciardo and Karthikeyan beat d'Ambrosio.By gaining 13th place in Canada in a race that was to a large extent a lottery due to the conditions. Did they actually finish in front of the leading Virgin in any other race last year?
Not many no but by the end of the year HRT were out qualifying Marussia and mixing it up with them in the race - and seeing how they started the season in Australia a full 2 seconds off the pace of them you have to say thats a an acheivement.By gaining 13th place in Canada in a race that was to a large extent a lottery due to the conditions. Did they actually finish in front of the leading Virgin in any other race last year?
http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/97195 Marussia has decided against having KERS on its car for the 2012 Formula 1 season, AUTOSPORT has learned.
As the outfit bids to make the most of a major restructuring and design overhaul under the guidance of technical chief Pat Symonds, it believes its progress could be hampered if it adds KERS to its workload for the season ahead.
Although the decision means that it will suffer a laptime deficit compared to its KERS-running rivals, with the energy recovery systems worth a few tenths of a second per lap, the team believes that not having to expend efforts into getting the complicated technology working will be more beneficial in the long run.