F1 » Kolles: Turkey should see 'next step' for HRT


After a promising weekend in China, Hispania Racing is optimistic that it can continue to make progress at the Turkish Grand Prix.

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Ben M - Unregistered

May 02, 2011 10:36 PM

If Hispania keep improving at this rate I'll be turning up at Silverstone supporting them and won't be ashamed, no matter how stupid a shirt with "COOL SPOT" might look.

They should really change that, shouldn't they? Why not just put the driver's names on the car like they did last year?

Jose - Unregistered

May 02, 2011 10:50 PM

Well its a simple matter for HRT, no big pressure
from anyone. Just take a bite out of the Elephant
one little bite at a time. Just keep moving forward
good thing will happen. The basic rules of F1 has
(unfairly) made it difficult for the starting
teams, and new drivers. That no independent testing
rule needs to be changed, that's really Nuts..
GOOD LUCK HTR GUYS..

Badman, Jose

PF - Unregistered

May 02, 2011 11:54 PM

There's something I love about HRT. A small independant team at the back of the grid fighting slowly but steadily to beat their rivals. I think everyone has given HRT a lot of slack -in some cases i'll agree things were somewhat comical- but we need to lay off the critisism and see what they can do now that they have their own car and two drivers with experiance in F1 prior to coming to the team. HRT have done nothing but improve this season! They have beaten Virgin on pace in China, and look set to catch them up soon with drastically less testing than them! Let's lay off, cut the slack and see HRT improve even more!

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