F1 » BBC F1 pundit Coulthard set for return – in DTM?


BBC F1 pundit and 13-time grand prix-winner David Coulthard could be set to return to the cockpit in the pan-European DTM touring car championship in 2010, reports suggest

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richard

November 10, 2009 11:46 AM

surely its EJ that the bbc need to get rid of!! DC could also walk into an audi drive in dtm, through his red bull connections. it would be interesting but i dont know if he has the adaptability to drive closed wheel cars. but lets see if he can!

andrew mac

November 10, 2009 1:00 PM
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James Allen and Jonothan Ladgard are both pitifull. One think he is Murray Walker (no comparision!) and the other can't stop asking questions. Both overpaid word stranglers. They should ditch Eddie Jordan (does his nose come off with his glasses and is that a wig?) as he adds nothing. I really wish Murray Walker would come back.

Tamara Fan - Unregistered

November 10, 2009 1:01 PM

James Allen could be accused of over enthusiasm, and occasionally getting too excited, but at least he's a very decent journalist.

Legard is just hopeless and would be better off being placed in a retirement home.

bakerstreet - Unregistered

November 10, 2009 1:11 PM

The commentators have to sound enthusastic and over excited as some of the so called the exciting battles aren't really that exciting.

If they watched the last lap of catalunya MotoGP this year, they would have had a heart attack.

I don't mind Eddie and DC as pundits. Eddie certainly says it how it is, even if he does get it wrong sometimes!

Not much of fan of the Jake bloke. Watched the lotus feature and apparently he had never even driven on a circut before. Is he even a petrol head of any kind? However, I appreciate its not a prerequesit.

Piercarlogassolini - Unregistered

November 10, 2009 1:48 PM

@Rhino, without wishing to belittle your grasp of economics, if you are suggesting that DC would be as crash-happy in DTM as in Formula one, then the supply of scrap metal would go up and assuming demand stayed constant the price would go DOWN. There ends today's lesson. Tomorrow - Chaos theory and its application in Motorsports

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