F1 » Grosjean looks for the positives


A disappointed Romain Grosjean looks for positives after a tough race day in Monaco

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Manxie - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 7:59 AM

Grosjean, you are an eediot! Malaysia you drove into MS right at the start, yesterday you bumped straight into FA only to shoot left all the way into MS's car, pushing him into the barriers.
your nick name should be 'calamity jean' for not keeping your nose clean.

Also, i find it disgraceful how this can be called a racing incident, bumping into 2 cars straight from the off, only to spin and affect other cars at the first corner. To my mind you should've received at least a 5 grid penalty for Canada. I guess old Nigel didn't see it like that... wonder why?!?!

Anyway, if i was a F1 driver, i'd stay well clear of this guys and perhaps PM too.

Manxie - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 8:06 AM

oh and one more thing... how can you talk about "WE had a difficult start off the line"... the only guy that I saw in your car was YOU young man.

I think you might be too cocky for your own good... you've achieved NOTHING yet in F1 except perhaps a view fast laps during practice.

racingbod - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 10:33 AM

@manx, calm down dear.

Jeez so he's making a few rookie errors, guess what he's a rookie! That move to the left was maybe a little naive but it was four wide at that point and tears were likely if not quite inevitable. I agree he needs to cut out the crashes but hopefully renault will give him time as he clearly has speed.

LJ - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 11:17 AM

Grosjean has been *unlucky* in a couple of races. But it was totally his own fault in Monaco and he continues to show bad judgement which was evident in GP2 too. He's much like Vettel used to be. Fast in clear air, but a terrible overtaker.. It remains to be seen whether he can improve like Vettel has in future.

Amigo - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 11:46 AM

His mistake taken out Kamui car. He should have braked his car to prevent further accidents in heavy traffic.
His car was rolling backward and hit on Kamui rear Tyre which send off Kamui car into the air like Missile.
Button said Kamui car was almost fell on him.
It's racing accident but some of accidents should have been prevented like his car rolling-backward to outside which hit Kamui car.
Gorsjean should apology to other drivers who race were ruined by his mistake.

Manxie - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 12:24 PM

I'm relaxed alright, trust me.

If this was MS, driving into FA, then over to the left into another driver, then spinning and causing further mayham, trust me, some would call for his head.

To my mind this is simple... was this an avoidable incident / accident? If the answer to this is YES, then the outcome should have been different to the current verdict.
It he could not have avoided this rubbish, then it was a racing incident and he should not be penalised.

Choice is yours...

Mark _

May 28, 2012 2:51 PM
Last Edited 792 days ago

Rookie mistake or not this guy never puts his hand up to admit an error. Yesterday he looked like a pinball. If the team wants him to finish they should start him from pit lane.

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