F1 » Now it's Petrov whose Renault seat is in danger...


Having already cast doubt upon Robert Kubica's future at the team, Lotus Renault GP managing director Eric Boullier has now hinted that Vitaly Petrov's seat may not be quite as secure as he believes, either...

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pizzaboy

September 22, 2011 10:56 AM

Boullier should stop this non sense and focus on task at hand.
But I think if Robert comes in fit, it will go down to who gets more money of Petrov & Senna.

I partly agree with first comment too but I don't think atm Robert will be looking anywhere else but Renault.

Mysh - Unregistered

September 22, 2011 12:39 PM

It's like flav all over again, more interested in placing drivers he manages rather than what is best for the team.
No wonder Renault are committing to red bull as these jokers are giving Renault a worse reputation than crashgate.

It's the hrt business model of ruining careers!!

Redstone - Unregistered

September 22, 2011 12:46 PM

Renault seem to all at sea and Boullier does not seem to be the right captain to guide this ship through its difficulties. Renault made a number of big mistakes at the beginning of the season. The fundimental mistake was letting RB go rallying, particularly as he was their only real hope of being competative drawing in sponsorship and being able to effectively drive the team forward. Now they are struggling with a number of major issue: financial,inexperienced drivers,etc. These are all problems of Renaults own making and I am sorry to say they only have themselves to blame

Boullier the clown - Unregistered

September 22, 2011 2:09 PM

I reckon this clown Boullier would turf vettel out in his current form if he wasn't bringing the cash in! This teams rapidly turning in to a complete joke, kinda feel sorry for the rest of the team having to watch it disintegrate around them.

Caroline - Unregistered

September 22, 2011 2:46 PM

Petrov is the most cost effective driver in F1, as he was last year, while Sutil and Kobayashi came 2nd and 3rd last year.

And with Renault scrabbling around for money they need him more than ever.

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