F1 » Glock at odds with car, team-mate


Timo Glock is not having an easy time of it in 2012, and it shows in his reaction to another disappointing weekend in Hungary.

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David Chaste - Unregistered

August 01, 2012 1:29 PM

I personally think Jerome Dambrosio was better.

Given that all his teammates are bringing in sponsorship maybe part of that money is going into developing their cars. But Timo has always had a salary. Maybe he got too comfortable.

Better start performing Timo ,with Jean Todt as FIA boss and a french grand prix coming the french are on full assault on F1, Pic, Grosjean, Vergne, are strongly backed. And there could be more.

Liam48 - Unregistered

August 01, 2012 2:26 PM

I completely agree I thought D'Ambrosio done a better job last year and he impressed me against Glock, he beat him a lot in the second half of the year. I also think Pic is doing a good job.

I hope to see Jerome back somewhere next year.

Glock17 - Unregistered

August 01, 2012 3:22 PM

A computer engineering firm where a friend of mine worked, decided one fine day to fire him, but my friend had a contract, so if they fired him, the company wud have to pay him a substantial amount.

So instead, they slowly but steadily took away all his responsibilites and zeroed his presence in all meeting, all this within a month. Next, he was 'assigned' to something that not even a trainee wud deem fit nor challenging to work in. In 2months flat, the friend got so frustrated with his future that he simply found another offer elsewhere and quit his job.

MORAL-OF-THE-STORY: When a company, F1 or otherwise, need to break a contract without shelling out the money for doing so, dont fire the employee, just give him sub-standard resources/project and make him feel bad to himself and others!...he will simply leave by himself.

dont agree? Just ask Nick heidfeld or Rubens Barichello!

Arya - Unregistered

August 01, 2012 4:28 PM

Timo must be lamenting his decision not to join then Renault alongside Kubica. I still can't figure out the reason for him choosing Marussia over Renault.

kyzer - Unregistered

August 01, 2012 5:25 PM

He went to marussia instead of renault because it wasnt certian if renault were going to be competing in the sport at the time, thats what i heard anyway.

Glock is good, in fact very good, he needs a better car thats all i can say.

Bzzzzt - Unregistered

August 01, 2012 11:40 PM

Publically badmouthing your team may not be the most ideal way to motivate them. Alain Prost was pretty good too, I hear...

(even if you're right!)

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