F1 » Barrichello: Perform at Silverstone and we’re sorted!


Rubens Barrichello insists that a strong result for Williams at Silverstone will be a good sign for the rest of the year

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spaghettieddie

July 06, 2010 6:55 PM
Last Edited 1632 days ago

Rubens has never been shy to speak his mind. If he is happy with the way things look (god knows he's driven enough to know) then its looking good for Williams. Hope that is the case for Sir Frank, he deserves it. :)

JoeS

July 06, 2010 9:48 PM

Eddie, i see your point however i can help but feel that williams has had it's day now. In the corporate World where everything needs to be backed by shareholders and sponsors, Williams simply can not get the funding because no-one would invest in them because they let go of their drivers too early (Montoya, Webber, Hill etc.)

spaghettieddie

July 06, 2010 11:05 PM

@JoeS, This might be one of the reasons they bought out that KERS company. Do a Wiki search on it. Cant remember their name now but it looks to me like Sir Frank knows this and is doing what he can to keep up. Keep the faith! Ed :)

James Montgomery

July 06, 2010 11:39 PM

Well can't find anything to disagree with that comment of Barrichellos, he has enough experiance to know what circuits they should be looking at for good referance points!

Though still not convinced Rubi is the man to get the team back to the front... experianced? Yes, a good developer of a car? Yes, Consistent winner? ... well even he has admited some tracks suit him more than others... eitherway if Valencia wasn't a fluke, I would be happy :)

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