F1 » Vergne defends Toro Rosso call

Jean-Eric Vergne defends Red Bull and Toro Rosso for driver changes ahead of 2012

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Dee - Unregistered

December 22, 2011 2:28 PM

STR is for developing young drivers. Vettel performed well at STR and look where he is now. Both of this season's STR drivers have been in F1 for quite a while now, and while I'm a fan of Alguersuari, they've got 2 good new young drivers who need to be given a shot at F1. For once, I actually agree with Marko's decision.

entwined - Unregistered

December 22, 2011 10:25 PM

This team is a joke! A frickin' joke. Training school my ass. How come such team doesn't have a goal of winning a championship? For sure it's a long term but who knows, it might happen. Look at Red Bull. Several years ago, they were nowhere.

Scott - Unregistered

December 23, 2011 1:21 AM

I must agree John. After the comments he made at the young driver test about doing at least as good a job as Webber, he he will look a bit of a goose if he gets beaten by Ricciardo.

I remember when I was a young bloke first stepping up to senior sport, I was told to shut up and earn my stripes, after that I could say all I wanted. Advice he'd do well to heed.

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