F1 » Heidfeld: Malaysia podium was also Robert's


Nick Heidfeld dedicates his Malaysian Grand Prix podium for Lotus Renault GP last weekend to injured former team-mate Robert Kubica - as the Pole continues to progress well

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Olek - Unregistered

April 12, 2011 8:22 PM

Your damn right Heidfeld! If true I have a new found respect for Heidfeld. Robert played a huge part in developing the current car, I can only hope he returns to F1 at 100% of his capabilities, there are so mnay good drivers that just 1% less can be the difference between being a WDC and not having a ride. Sorry for being cynical, but at least Heidfeld is doing good pr and winning him some fans (if this is not from the heart). The performance from the last race shows that at this moment, given RK is 100%, the odd man out should be Petrov.

Elias - Unregistered

April 13, 2011 12:38 AM

Quick Nick, All Flash, All Class! This guy should have never been exiled from f1! the maiden top step awaits, do it for RK, and yourself! You deserve it.

gilmette - Unregistered

April 14, 2011 5:18 AM

Nick, keep up the good work, and the great attitude. You are where you need to be. Awesome statement about Robert. Congratulations.

Robert-Get well soon. Get back to where you belong. Keep pushing and striving like we all know that you do.

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