F1 » Renault boss hits out at embarrasing result

Eric Boullier calls Renault's performance in the Singapore Grand Prix 'an embarrassment'

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soaum - Unregistered

September 26, 2011 3:56 PM

even though Renault where obviously off the pace in Singapore I find it hard to believe Kubica couldn't have finished in a higher position than Senna or Petrov. it seems like the blind leading the blind at Renault these days.


September 26, 2011 4:46 PM

Hold on, wasn't axing Nick supposed to stop the "downward spiral"? Wasn't miracle kid Senna going to challenge Vettel? OK that's OT. But the point is Nick is too good a driver to carry the burden of the teams deficiencies. But just more F-1 musical cockpits. I just hope Nick gets every penny he has coming.

Dale - Unregistered

September 26, 2011 5:25 PM

"Renault Boss" ... surely the headline should read Lotus Renault boss?

... or even better (as with musician Prince / Symbol), perhaps we should start referring to this team as "The team formerly known as Renault", since they seem to have lost most of their identity through confusing sponsorship deals & change of ownership.

podhal - Unregistered

September 26, 2011 5:25 PM

Car not good for street circuit? Just looking for another excuse. Last year Robert Kubica results in Monaco and Australia where just down to luck? Yes, Eric these are street circuits.

Droog - Unregistered

September 26, 2011 7:07 PM

To be completely fair, the change in the exhaust reg's REALLY messed up Lotus Renault's development this year, and Heidfeld was just treading water. I think that the team has been struggling to bring relevant updates since they had to scupper their previous upgrade program and then try to get it bqack on track after the ridiculous rule change/no change situation regarding the blown exhausts. Of all the teams, Lotus Renault was most hurt by that fiasco. Nicky is competent behind the wheel, but I just never thought that he was PUSHING after the first race or three, he seemed to get comfortable in the seat and took things for granted. Senna has impressed, pushing Petrov hard when Petrov thought that he was the number one guy, maybe some mental management issues for him to deal with. The car has had flashes of brilliance, but needs some major and effective upgrades to salvage anything from this season. My biggest complaint with the team is alluded to in one of the comments above and that i

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