F1 » HRT driver merry-go-round continues – Yamamoto out, Klien in

Not for the first time on the eve of a grand prix this season, F1 2010 newcomer Hispania Racing has announced an eleventh-hour driver change - with Christian Klien rejoining the grid in Singapore to replace an 'unwell' Sakon Yamamoto

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Jose - Unregistered

September 24, 2010 2:34 PM

I bet the car will go a little faster..Klien should up the pace, the car cant be that slow.

Yamamoto should be careful eating sushi. The first and only time I tried raw fish, I had a case of the galloping runs that lasted a week.

I still belive the grid should open to all legal cars and drivers if they can make qualification, with a maxium of 30 cars..

Having to put up front a Zillion Bucks to compete is killing the sport .
Bernie thats the way it worked in the old days and it was successful. This big money, pay driver thing has got to stop.
The best drivers, Bernie... not money..


Green Monster - Unregistered

September 24, 2010 3:29 PM

Really lookin foward to seeing Christian back out on track and racing, the couple of FP1's he's featured in this season weren't enough!

Must be tough being in HRT driver positon-4 contracted driver to share 2 cars? Not a great idea but Kolles is no mug

JDPower - Unregistered

September 25, 2010 3:52 AM

I really hope Chandhok has a drive lined up for next year. To have Yamamoto out and to be ignored for the seat back in YOUR CAR is just totally disrespectful and certainly does nothing for the reputation of HRT

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