F1 » Hispania to switch 'very soon' to F1 2012 car


Colin Kolles: Time will always show who is right and who is wrong. Of course there are always things to be improved and criticism [of us] is okay as long as people understand what they are talking about.

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PF - Unregistered

June 17, 2011 6:38 PM

At least they are giving the impression that they are very much in F1 for the long term. Giving the circumstances which led them into Formula 1, surviving into Year 2 is no short of a miracle. At least now they seem to have some sort of idea about next years car. This years car was developed rather late, maybe next year with more planning time they will be more competitive next year!

nosense - Unregistered

June 17, 2011 8:05 PM

They have beaten Virgin twice in as much seasons. Only one 12th needed and they'll beat Lotus too.

With a 2 year old Dallara crappy tub...what would you have achieved bunch of losers???

Credit to Kolles and his brave hispano-german team.

If they had the money...they would had paid Toyota the bills and by now they could be well prety much in the mix of points scoring...

Kiko - Unregistered

June 17, 2011 9:54 PM

Why do people seem to think that the 2010 Toyota is the answer to all problems and can make Hispania a potential pointscorer?

Remember that the Toyota was designed by the same people who spent almost a decade building mid pack cars..

Jose - Unregistered

June 17, 2011 10:37 PM

No negative comments from me. Actually is very cool
watching a small team trying to make a go in F1. This sport is not friendly or accommodating to any entrant
who is holding a small Johnny Cash truck loaded with Gold. A very big hill to climb. The old rule stands
true, 'eat that elephant one bite at a time'..
So far so good..Good Luck

Badman, Jose

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