F1 » F1 2012 POLL: What should they do about Grosjean?

Another first lap incident has led to a hail of criticism from all sides for Lotus driver Romain Grosjean. So what should they do about 2012's latest "crash kid" to knock him into shape?

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dangraves94 - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 11:49 AM

nothing he had a race ban for belgum gp this was just one of thosethings that happen look at maldanado no race bans but hes cause loads of accidents throughout this season

An - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 11:57 AM

Alonso did to raikkonen the same thing romain did to Lewis in Spa so in isolation, his mistakes are made by everyone. He is getting picked on but he's not improving. Kobayashi had a time when he was making the same mistakes but he learned. Enough already. He's ruining the season.

theo - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 12:16 PM

The guy (Grosjean) seems to be able to drive ok once the race is well and truly under way - that's if he's made it throught the first couple of laps. Possibly he peripheral vision takes longer to zoom in than just the single warm-up lap before the start of a race? So maybe let him start from pitlane for the rest of the season? Grosjean can then show his true skills when working through the field AND in the winter break get his peripheral vision fixed (or his 'nut' cracked).

Rod Marsh - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 12:48 PM

The kid is fast off the grid in Sundays start it was Weber who was slow as usual. you could see how fast ahead Web was It, time the old boy went and raced for on of the lower teams the cry baby never has grow up

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