F1 » Chandhok: 'No question marks' regarding HRT safety

F1 2010 rookie Karun Chandhok brushes off suggestions that untried newcomer HRT is playing a dangerous game by making its top flight debut in the Bahrain Grand Prix at Sakhir this weekend with no prior testing under its belt

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DW - Unregistered

March 11, 2010 2:19 PM

Oh OK then ... if Chandhok, with all is F1 driving experience & expertise says it will safe, I guess he must be right & all the other drivers / ex-drivers / teams wrong.

Maybe it's because he's been around the team for as long as he has that he trusts them so implicitly ... how long is that exactly ... a whole week?

This guy should rather just shut up, stay below the radar & keep out of everyone's way - on & off the track - until he knows what he's working with!

The ONLY thing in HRT's favour is that Dallara built the car, so it's likely to be a whole lot safer than the drivers using it.

neo - Unregistered

March 12, 2010 2:29 AM

his only F1 experience is testing for Redbull in 2008 where he did 500kms.

But everyone has to start somewhere, F1 always had low performing teams, if FIA notice any safety related issues they would step in.

So please stop crying now.

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