Cars » Boullier: We know Kimi won't stop trying


Eric Boullier expresses confidence that Kimi Raikkonen will push hard to get results for Lotus despite his impending departure

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Firestorm

September 14, 2013 11:32 AM

It looks that Lotus might be on trouble heading to 2014. After loosing Allison(technical director) to Ferrari, they lost their star driver to them as well. Now is rumoured that Lotus head of aerodynamics De Beer will start work to Ferrari as well on 1 october. These are severe blows to their ambition to win the title in the future. At the moment I see them behind Red Bull, Ferrari, McLaren and Mercedes for next season.

pcxmac

September 14, 2013 1:08 PM

Ferrari poaching Lotus hard, too bad Lotus doesnt have anything on Merc and RBR. Ferrari better hope their motors have extra tricks up their sleeves and Pirelli reintroduces the 2013 spec. RBR will destroy Ferrari even if they bought out every other team in F1.

BUGOY

September 15, 2013 1:29 AM

now that Kimi is gone for next season, would eric boulier still hire the services of his driver Grosjean? we all know that eric manages grosjean. at the same time he is the team principal where grosjean drives for. for sure there is a conflict of interest there. will gerald lopez veto grosjean's services and hire one veteran and a pay driver? or keep grosjean and hire a veteran?

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