F1 » Grosjean seeks to rebound from 'stupid mistake'


Romain Grosjean says he needs to put his 'stupid mistake' at Suzuka behind him and focus on the F1 races to come

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bob - Unregistered

October 09, 2012 10:57 AM

He has had a few shockers this year but far from all of the incidents have been his fault.

However, it would be very foolish to right Grosjean off.

Mark my words - he will one day be world champion.

wtf - Unregistered

October 09, 2012 11:15 AM

Oh ok Bob...seen as though you have marked your words...I am sure this will occur! Why don't you drop a "FACT" at the end of your statement and then we can really believe it.

He has been written off since Monaco and after his Bumper Car effort on Webber on Sunday, he has proven he does not have the skill or spacial awareness to be a F1 driver.

elijah

October 09, 2012 11:26 AM

@bob
I certainly haven't written him off. This 11 min 32 second, YouTube video might give him the tools he needs, to be that world champion .

Spatial Awareness - Why and how to improve it (Parkour/Freerunning Philosophy)

Jules - Unregistered

October 09, 2012 12:04 PM

I think Ferrari and RB might pay Lotus to asks their drivers to sit out the rest of the championship. If Grosjean is not crashing out the title contenders, Kimi is out puncturing tyres. Hope Kimi bumps off Vettel in Korea! That would make the rest of the season more fun!

elijah

October 09, 2012 12:20 PM

@jules

Autosport are reporting Lotus have some major updates for Korea,including 'Coanda-effect exhaust' and shelving 'the device' until the Abu Dhabi young drivers test.
Hopefully Kimi will then have some speed to see off Vettel in Korea!

Bfdskdfs - Unregistered

October 09, 2012 12:31 PM

Alonso has lot of bad luck, he was taken out twice at race starts.
So, Mr Gorsjean, take out Vettel at the start twice in the next 5 races to even out his and Alonso's bad luck tally.

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