F1 » Mark Gillan, Williams - Q&A


Williams chief engineer Mark Gillan looks back at the Italian Grand Prix at Monza

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Iceman - Unregistered

September 12, 2012 10:27 AM

You guys really made a mistake by not taking raikkonen and letting rubens go. This year williams is definitely a world beater unfortunately it got poor drivers. If u guys got those two drivers i mentioned u guys might be battling for top honours. Look at Lotus they took kimi now they get huge exposure damn wat were u guys thinking?

Fernando Cruz - Unregistered

September 14, 2012 4:00 PM


Williams needed money and Raikkonen was not to pay for a drive, so he decided Lotus was better for him and he was right. Also Lotus is a much better car than Williams, as it is competitive everywhere. In terms of pace Maldonado can be as fast as Raikkonen over a single lap (just like Grosjean is proving), but he has been poor in race consistence. Bruno races well and can improve a lot as a driver, he just needs to improve a little bit in qualifying. He's not a Hamilton or a Vettel but he can become a Button in the future.




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