F1 » Senna’s Hispania seat at risk?

Italian media reports suggest that Sakon Yamamoto could be in line to replace Bruno Senna in the Hispania Racing line-up

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brendan - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 12:58 PM

madness. and shouldnt be allowed. the GPDA should stop it out as they guy is not fast enough and would be a danger to other drivers.

now if they offered to drive to Klein that would make sense. he would be ideal for any of the new teams

Esteban - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 1:24 PM

Chandhok has performed much better than Senna so far, but I think both have given creditable performances in a poor car, and it would be silly to replace either of them right now, especially with someone like Yamamoto. Klien I could understand, but Yamamoto?

rozza - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 2:03 PM

It's far too early to judge who's better in HRT, but I have been more impressed with Chandkok thusfar.

To go scrabbling for investment at the expense of their current drivers is only to be expected from a struggling team, but this would most certainly tarnish the Senna brand. And talking of brands we could have had a couple of Gulf/Aston Martins on the grid instead of this shoddy team.

I don't like to beat teams when they are down, but they don't belong on the grid. The FIA really balls'd up the selection process and Senna's career will be the casualty.

Ty46 - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 2:09 PM

They don't belong??? Senna is 5 seconds off the best. Even with a 107% rule, he would make the race. We had much bigger differences in the past.

freytheviking - Unregistered

June 02, 2010 2:14 PM

Why are people saying Chandhok is doing better? Bruno has outqualied him this year. He might be doing better in races but that's a poor indicator of performance since the reliability of those cars are terrible. Bruno has the potential.

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