Pedro De La Rosa

RasputinLives

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Moving from absolutely crap to very crap should not be a cause for celebration.
I don't think anyone's popping the champagne corks and if you read what Pedro says about it he's not either but at least they've moving forward race to race even if they are still painfully off the pace.
 

RasputinLives

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After Nico's win last weekend we now have a new holder of the Andre De Cessaris belt for most races without a win - Take a bow Pedro you've finally the best at something. 88 starts and no wins!

Timo Glock will be relieved you came out of retirement.
 

RasputinLives

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hats off to Pedro for a good job in quai today - in front of a Marussia and a Caterham and pretty much on the pace of the only 2 so-called new teams in front of him.
 

teabagyokel

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Don't forget, Jen, if they're faster than anyone then all they'll need is one good performance. If Grosjean takes out a group at the start, Maldonado and Schumacher punt another one each off, Hamilton and Massa collide, two Renault alternators fail along with a McLaren gearbox and Senna has a moment and they could take a nigh on unassailable 1 point lead for 10th.
 

teabagyokel

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Jen - no, my situation is exaggerated (and probably eliminates far too many drivers), but the name of the game for these bottom teams is to simply finish highest, once, when there's high attrition.

It gives them all a chance - had Button collected Vettel in that SC restart at Singapore, Glock would have scored a point.
 
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