F1 » Senna eyes 'result to be proud of'

Home hero Bruno Senna intends to end his season on a high during this weekend's Brazilian GP following the disappointment of Abu Dhabi.

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Kozeyekan - Unregistered

November 23, 2011 5:15 AM

A shame really. Bruno could be so much more than he is, and each time he gets in the car I find myself hoping that whatever it was that made Ayrton great somehow managed to filter down to Bruno, but so far, there has not been much that says this might happen.
He's a good enough driver, just not great. His passing is average, his pace is average, his starts are poor and his wet weather driving seems to be average.
If his last name wasn't Senna, you could forget he was on the track.
Yet, I still hope that somehow he gets bitten by a radioactive spider or something and really tears up the track in Brazil.
If only.

Gaz - Unregistered

November 23, 2011 10:44 AM

As predicted, Kubica isnt fit to start the 2012 season, so it will be Petrov and Grosjean next season.

So Bruno is out and looking for a new drive for next season and he wont find one. A shame but he hasn't done enough to keep his drive IMO. Then again, neither has Petrov but he has the financial backing, clearly even more than Bruno has!

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