F1 » Stewart offers to aid Grosjean – again

Jackie Stewart offers assistance to Romain Grosjean after another controversial weekend for the Lotus driver

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soaum - Unregistered

October 10, 2012 11:41 AM

I think Grosjean should accept his offer. There are no downsides to free advice from a 3 times world champion and it would show people that he is serious about cutting out the mistakes.

jose - Unregistered

October 10, 2012 2:53 PM

Nada Amigos have to differ, what we have here is a little grand standing
buy Stewart and disingenuous noise by the media. Me boy has a had
little laps in judgment. Couple with some expected racing incidences
we have this firestorm fueled by the racing media. Just how many crash
and bang, bumper car incidences we have had this season, many.
(Richard Knows) . One would think all were by Grosjean's..Nuts
Just drive with care, stay on the defense, give a little, finish out the
season. Tell Steward thanks, but no thanks..The whole deal is in your hands, no other. Finish out the season. drive with care 'Lady Luck'
may just smile in your direction, things will change for the better..

el' bandedio , Jose

Keep her Lit - Unregistered

October 10, 2012 5:07 PM

Jackie Stewart is a wealth of wisdom and talent.Stewart asked senna why he crashed so much and senna flew into a rage. Grosjean should listen to the great man ( who won the German GP in Nurburgring by over 4 minutes in 1968 in conditions todays gp drivers (ladyboys ) would not leave their motorhomes in.Stewart is as good as anybody who ever sat into a racing car. Clark and Stewart were true aces

Mark _

October 10, 2012 5:34 PM

So now it is clear. Romain's problems are because he didn't have time for Jackie. I had never heard that Jackie worked with Montoya. I am not really sure that Juan was the best example to use given his propensity to crash right up to the end of his F1 career. I also got a kick out of Jackie once again bringing up his own career. He must be really worried that this generation don't know who he is.

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