F1 » Senna surprised by Caterham

Bruno Senna tips Caterham to join an ever tighter midfield fight in F1 2012

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sokudo - Unregistered

March 09, 2012 12:10 PM

Good news for Caterham. It helps that they probably have the best line-up of the midfield. Force India have great talent but not much experience. Toro Rosso have the same but even less experience. Sauber have good talents and reasonable experience but I think on this site at least, Kobayashi is overrated slightly. Williams have slightly less talent than all the others I've mentioned as well as less experience except for Toro Rosso. Caterham have experience in terms of their drivers and have probably got as much talent (if not a bit more due to Kovalainen's previous 2 seasons) than the rest. Should be very interesting to see if Caterham can mix it up with the midfield. I commend them if they do.


March 09, 2012 12:56 PM

Kobi is not overated given a good car he can stick it at them look at this video on youtube " The Many Overtakes of Kamui Kobayashi 1080p HD " he is good stick him in the Ferrari or Mclaren he'd show them he can do some good drifts too!

sokudo - Unregistered

March 09, 2012 1:19 PM

@CML, I'm not disputing Kobi's overtaking ability. It's his strongest attribute. The guy isn't much of a qualifier though and does tend to blow hot and cold. Last season his start was immense but after that he didn't do too much. He wasn't even dominating a recovering Perez. A lot of people want to see him in a Ferrari, Mclaren or Red Bull but with the drivers there already he'd probably get beaten soundly. Great overtaker. Not so certain the total pace is there.


March 09, 2012 2:36 PM

Ahh get ya now fella yea he has his moments i think sauber doesnt help as he is so inconsistent with updates as to when they come and if they're any good! i think he needs a dusting up on his overall pace as when he's in the groove he's quick but it needs that lil something to get him there.

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