F1 » Bruno Senna, Lotus Renault GP - Q&A

Bruno Senna prepares for the F1 season finale in Brazil

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Gaz - Unregistered

November 22, 2011 1:03 PM

As a big fan I have to say that I have been disappointed with Bruno's performances for Lotus Renault. Apart from Spa qualifying and the Monza race, he seems to have lost his way a little and has been out-performed by Petrov.

I hope that Bruno can put a good performance in at Brazil because I fear that if he doesn't, this could be Bruno's last F1 race.

caroll - Unregistered

November 22, 2011 3:17 PM

Being a fan, you should watch the details: In Singapur, he was faster than Petrov the whole weekend, Japan Qualy was equal, in the race he lost 20 points downforce due to rubber on front wing. Only bas weekend was Korea, in India in Qualy he had rear wing problem (wind-related), in the race he was clearly faster than Petrov until his Kers broke. In Abu Dhabi, he made a mistake in Qualy, trying something special, which cost him 5 tenth, he was 17 hundreths behind Petrov. In the race, he was faster again in the beginning, until again after 19 laps the Kers broke. Luckilly, teams are looking a bit more into detail than so-called fans...

Gaz - Unregistered

November 22, 2011 4:23 PM

Jeez Carroll, dont take it too personally! lol!

I know all the ifs and buts thanks Carroll and I am a big a fan as anyone but overall I dont think that he has been good enough.

The results speak for themselves.

pcxmac - Unregistered

November 22, 2011 8:16 PM

This is probably his last quality ride in F1 unless he can buy a ticket towards a more competitive team. I hope Nick Heidfeld got right compensation for being drummed out of the garage for being better than the pile of steaming poo he was driving in.

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