DTM » Jarvis inks deal with Audi.

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Snoopy - Unregistered

February 14, 2008 5:09 PM

That''s good. Think he may have underestimated how easy it would be to get a GP2 seat via Japanese F3, so this is probably a better substitute than another season there. Hopefully he''ll get a competitive machine

Stephen - Unregistered

February 15, 2008 6:38 PM

I'm happy for him, Jarvis is a great prospect for the future and, with the right equipment, could do really well.
I don't think the British talent is being wasted, for example, former champion Gary Paffett, race winner Jamie Green, and Paul Di Resta was really good in his first year.

albertswift - Unregistered

February 16, 2008 4:16 PM

In my opinion all of the above mentioned talents are wasted most notably Jamie green who is now getting rather old to attract attention in a high level single seater category Gp2 etc. Of course its better than no drive at all. Maybe ?

Em - Unregistered

February 18, 2008 3:52 PM

I think a DTM drive is better than nothing at all.. and it´s possible to go from DTM to another series.. both Albers and Paffett has gone from DTM to F1 (successful or not) even tho I rate Jarvis higher than both of them.. but it´s also a question of sponsorship.. not all drivers are that lucky :(
but it annoys me that in my opinion "bad" drivers has lots of money while many talented dont!

Too bad 2 of the DTM races are the same weekend as A1gp Shanghai and Brands Hatch so he can´t be there for team GBR.

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