F1 » Renault takeover to parachute Villeneuve back into F1?


The latest speculation over Renault's future in F1 hints at a takeover bid by pan-European management organisation Gravity - a move that could sensationally bring 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve back into the field after a three-year absence...

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Juice - Unregistered

December 02, 2009 3:52 PM

Gravity would be a great buyer but would Kubica be replaced? I hope the team principle is not Flavio as it would ruin their name. I think Villenueve would be good but I wonder what engines would be used. 2010 season hasn't even begun and so far it's very good to see new faces and teams.

richard

December 02, 2009 3:57 PM

it seems of late, that just about anyone can start up a team and find a way on to the grid! yet teams with experience such as sauber, lola cannot get a place. whatever happened to bernies and fias rules?

theyank

December 02, 2009 5:14 PM

Next thing you know my granny will be likned to this outfit. If getting a ride with the new outfit requires no recent seat time, I vote for Rene Fonck who possessed far superior hand-eye coordination skills than M. NewVillage. :D

Homerr

December 02, 2009 5:40 PM

I liked Villenueve, he was an entertaining driver when he was in F1. But, I would rather see new drivers now given the chance than to see former drivers coming back, regardless of how successful they previously were.


BigZipper

December 02, 2009 5:53 PM

Villeneuve was a flop the last time he made a comeback and this time I fear, will be worse. Grip levels far exceed anything he's used to in F1 in the past and he couldn't handle the G's the last time. Give a younger guy the seat.

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