F1 » F1 reject Piquet cans 'ambition' for 'happiness' in NASCAR

'Singapore-gate' whistle-blower Nelsinho Piquet reveals that at just 24, he has officially closed the door on F1 in order to pursue a career Stateside in NASCAR - as he prepares to shed 'ambition' in the superior quest for 'happiness'

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andy74354 - Unregistered

January 12, 2010 8:35 PM

piquet was a joke but the end of the story was wrong his best finish was a podium in germany in a race stratgy that unfoldded similar to singapore that year. He will struggle for a while on the ovals everyone who came to nascar from the open wheel world. We will see if he has the balls to stick with it I doubt it!

Gunjan - Unregistered

January 12, 2010 8:47 PM

Of course crash.net has errors. Piquet's best ever finish was not 4th place but a podium in the 2008 season. At the 2008 German grand prix, he finished second behind Hamilton.

andy74354 - Unregistered

January 12, 2010 8:54 PM

@Taz that is true I was thinking more recent driver situations I'm not that old but I lobe watching old videos of all of the great drivers of the past were super fast no matter what they drove ie mansell mario andretti gurney aj foyt etc. Those guys had balls.

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