F1 » Kobayashi: I want to give Japan positive news

Kamui Kobayashi targets a strong result in the Australian Grand Prix to give Japan some positive news

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March 18, 2011 10:56 AM

I can think of no more stunning result than Kamui pulling off a shock win at the Aussie GP. It would give a wonderful fillip to a country that desperately needs something positive at the moment. As much as I will be hoping MW does well in his home GP, if Kamui is in contention then I think I will let the emotion of such a victory by-pass any Aussie loyalty I have to MW.

Kozeyekan - Unregistered

March 18, 2011 11:59 AM

There is a lot to like about kamui. He's fearless, aggressive and has some spectacular passing ability.
IF the car holds up, he'll be in with a chance with the late braking opportunities in Melbourne.

Harley - Unregistered

March 18, 2011 4:07 PM

That really would be a special result and with the unknowns that new rules throw up from time to time the first race can be a mixed bag, One thing for certain, our thoughts and prayers are with your fellow citizens at this moment in time. If a win from you could distract your fellow citizens for just one minute it would be worth it.

Best wishes for the race next week Kamui

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