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Bruno Senna says he hoped to score more than a single point in Valencia

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LJ - Unregistered

June 27, 2012 2:15 AM

Senna was defending his position, he wasn't on the racing line as I saw it. he should have been further over to the left if he was on the racing line, I don't think Kamui would have tried to sneak up there if he didn't think it was possible. He doesn't do "kamakazi" overtakes. He just goes for it if he sees a gap. Senna closed the gap, caused the accident, end of story.

Steve - Unregistered

June 27, 2012 3:35 AM

I find it ridiculous of him to say he was on the right strategy. He was holding up cars behind him that had already made their stops, and then he recklessly cut off Kobayashi. No respect for other drivers, very reminiscent of Schumacher nearly putting Barrichello in the wall a couple years ago.

Chagall - Unregistered

June 27, 2012 4:23 AM

Bruno has already talked too much. Either he starts out-qualifying Maldonado up to the end of the season and fights realistic for top 6 spots or he calls it a day and try doing something different with his life. I can't stand his excuses no more!

TIm - Unregistered

June 27, 2012 7:14 AM

I still cant see how he should have been hit with a penalty. Yes he moved over but kobis front wing touched the back of sennas wheel. there was no way kobi was far enough up. And there was no way there was room for two on that section of track.
He was holding up people but to be on the 1 stopper you will always have faster people on fresh tyres behind you(or for some of the race. I have wanted better results from him i like him and want him to stay in F1 but so far he has been out raced by maldocrasho

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