F1 » de la Rosa fears HRT isn't 'serious and ambitious'

Pedro de la Rosa has mused that Hispania Racing (HRT) is not 'a serious and ambitious project', as he fears he will be pipped to a seat at the financially-struggling Spanish outfit in F1 2011 by a pay-driver

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nossense - Unregistered

December 14, 2010 8:20 PM

Realistically means Lying?

Apart from the spanish ownership (a laught) the team performed like a pro in hands of Colles Team...with a crappy car untouched since race 1.

Retards should never be allowed to learn to writte...we'll never had to see trash coments like he one above...

Buck Bundy

December 14, 2010 9:43 PM

These days you seem to need money and talent, unfortunately for Pedro he seems to be lacking in both areas.
If there are potential sponsors out there I think they will be more tempted by other drivers.

Taz - Unregistered

December 14, 2010 11:16 PM

He's had his time, he'd be fine at testing duties but they have Gary Paffet so why should he move aside ?

Personally I think he was a bit unlucky not to see the season out at Sauber, not sure having Nick Heidfeld (who I rate higher than pedro) in the team really did much but confirm the other fellow is quick.

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