F1 » Could aborted talks have made Alguersuari a 2012 frontrunner?

Jaime Alguersuari was reportedly approached by Lotus F1 about 2012 - before the Spaniard's rebuff sent the Enstone team in pursuit of Kimi Raikkonen.

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jose - Unregistered

May 01, 2012 2:53 PM

ronsgoldenboy ,
Marko sounds like a real Nice guy. The season is still young
lets see who he kicks out the back door next.
As for his loss our gain, well time will tell. So far I see no
improvement with this change..Methinks that Boullier go the
best deal with Grosjean and MR. Cool! Really I think that
Grosjean is something special.

Badman, Jose


May 01, 2012 3:19 PM

Last season though Lotus/Renault were nowhere near where they are now. He probably didn't feel it would be that big a step forward and decided to stay put because he felt he had the upper hand on Buemi, and as such would be in with a good shot at replacing Mark Webber in due time. I agree thought that Marko and Tost don't exactly seem like the most pleasant characters on the grid... Then again, neither does Bouiller.

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