F1 » New injury rules Glock out of Interlagos


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JJJ

October 11, 2009 11:12 AM

In F1, if things seem a little bit too convenient, they usually are.

Ah well, Toyoda will get an oppertunity to test a Japanese driver and Howett should finally find out that his car isn't all that after all.

That won't stop him from blaiming the lack of performance on the drivers, though.

I think Trulli especially did very well this year. The team screwed up his pole in Bahrein by allowing the considerably lighter Glock through, second on the grid at Spa got away because Heidfeld gave an unintentional brake test in La Source and most other tracks the Toyoda power was lacking in existence.

Howett may be fighting for survival, but his behaviourr mimics school on a sunday...no class.

richard

October 11, 2009 12:44 PM
Last Edited 1775 days ago

rather than express sympathy for timo, there are some who think that this is all aconspiracy! unbelievable! best wishes to timo and i hope that he has a competitive drive for next year

interlagos - Unregistered

October 11, 2009 1:42 PM

I bet a penny Glock is just scared to return to the place he handed over last year's title to Hamilton. Ferrari fans across the Globe and Brazil didn't forget last year!

boj - Unregistered

October 11, 2009 1:45 PM

Something smells here...We just discovered whay??
Toyota is just looking to give thir home boy a shot..

Good, Lets see what he can do..I hope he is not a another DUD like that old tester over at Big Red..

All the best son give them all you got...

JOSE

Iceman - Unregistered

October 11, 2009 2:13 PM

Glock didn't hand over anything. It poured on the last lap and he had dry tires. What could he do? He just ran out of luck on his gamble.

If Kobayashi is anything like the Kobayashi maru, then it's a no win situation for Toyota.

df - Unregistered

October 11, 2009 2:21 PM

i'm sick about comment on Glock about last year' brazilian race...

he bet on keeping his dry tires, the others bet on fitting wet tires, and at the end nobody win or lose places.... END OF STORY

Alan D - Unregistered

October 11, 2009 3:56 PM

The comments on here get more idiotic. Someone please explain why you think this injury is a fake. If Toyota wanted to drop Glock they could drop Glock. Why would they and Glock need to invent a fractured vertebra?

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