F1 » Boullier '1000 per cent happier' in 2012


Lotus team boss Eric Boullier has declared himself to be ten times happier than he was at the same stage last season, despite the team losing third place in the constructors race at Hockenheim.

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DPironi - Unregistered

July 23, 2012 4:53 PM

No chance of a win 2012 as long as they stick with Raikonnen and Grosjean - this pair are just not quick enough. Hockenheim may very well be the start of their slip down the grid - certainly Ferrari, RBR and Mclaren are quicker now whereas this was not the case earlier on in the season. Expect to see Lotus with Saubers and Force Indias ever larger in their mirrors. You heard it first here.

Bradenws

July 24, 2012 1:46 AM
Last Edited 639 days ago

As much as I hate to troll, @ DPironi, you obviously haven't been watching F1 very long. Kimi is a world champ who's been gone for two years and barely shows it. I'm basically counting this as Grosjean's rookie year, and overall, it's been quite remarkable, with multiple podiums. From what you say, they should fire them now, and hire... who? Think before spouting such foolishness, please.

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