F1 » Boullier: More to come from Lotus

Eric Boullier warns the rest of the F1 field that there is more to come from Lotus after double Bahrain podium

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Droog - Unregistered

April 24, 2012 6:34 PM
Last Edited 1467 days ago

The Drivers are fine, the Car looks quick so it's down to the Race Management/Strategy that needs refining now. If they can keep their heads screwed on straight, be competent in the Pit Stops and get the tyre strategy right, look out.
This is a team with potential.
Good to see.
Congrats to the Designers and the Folks in the Factory, well done.

stephengreen - Unregistered

April 24, 2012 7:38 PM

In future they will have to decide if they just want to be racers, or winners. Keeping Kimi holed up behind his team mate when they were on different strategies would suggest that they are, for the moment, the former

jose - Unregistered

April 25, 2012 3:13 AM

No mystery here. Just supply a competitive car and let
Kimi do his thing. Looks like F1 has a new hot foot,
Grosjean. How sweet it is..

Badman, Jose

Vancouver f1 fan - Unregistered

April 25, 2012 3:17 AM

I would love to see everyone in the top 5 teams win a race and have a nail biter for an end like 2010 I love that season as a long time fan of F1 and as a fan of Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull I want to see a season like that again . even if Sebastian comes in 2nd to Kimi


April 25, 2012 8:07 AM
Last Edited 1467 days ago


When the care stops performing and Boullier pushes development in the wrong direction, the drivers will take the flack, get sacked, and replaced with drivers with even BIGGER sponsorship deals to cover costs. Then they'll start next year all over again.

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