F1 » EXCLUSIVE Piquet 'still a huge talent', says Blundell


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mart - Unregistered

September 19, 2009 9:40 PM

Team managers are supposed to help drivers find confidance and become better drivers not bully them and blackmail them so they keep there ride. If what piquet says is true Briatori should be banned from compation and brought up on charges.

Race1 - Unregistered

September 19, 2009 9:53 PM

This is the same Blundell that slagged off Piquet all last year?

The very fact that Piquet entertained this crashing idea (if he didn't bring it up himself ANYWAY) is because he needed to ingratiate himself to the team! if his driving had been halfway competent for a F1 driver he wouldn't have needed to cheat!

XHannahX

September 19, 2009 10:04 PM

Just out of interest, I would love to see Piquet come back to F1 in a different team.
I just don't understand how someone can perform so well in GP2, then do what he has done in F1. I want to know if, what he said about always having a car that was up to half a second off Alonso's, is true.

Doubt I'll ever get the chance to see, but never say never!!! :D

the lawman - Unregistered

September 19, 2009 10:40 PM

Here in Australia, we don't see Mark Blundell live on TV so we are on the grape vine from Britan. From what I've read on the F1 sites the only thing which comes from this guys mouth is rubbish. And here is a fine example, "Piquet 'still a huge talent.' I remember when Jarno was dumped by Flavio after Monaco, for not overtaking Michael. Toyota had him in their cross-hairs in an instant, flashing big $$$$$ at him. He is still there to this day because of his talent. If Piquet is such a talent, who is flashing cheques at him for next year? Not only is Piquet's driving average as a F1 racer, he doesn't just spit dummies from the pram, he throws grenades when he is asked to leave. :rolleyes:

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