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Romain Grosjean eager to avoid opening lap drama in Korea

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jose - Unregistered

October 11, 2012 9:04 PM

I see your point, Roman's last mishap in my opinion
should be shared by Webber. A large part of racing is luck, Its
obvious Grosjean has not had a smiling wink from 'Lady Luck'
for a very long time. His Lotus is quick enough for me boy to do
well Sunday, he has the talent to make the podium. I hope so.
A step on the podium will calm down the Media noise makers
willing to bet they would play a totally different tune!
Thanks, Adios..


silent observer - Unregistered

October 11, 2012 10:43 PM

I think people should give him a break. The press and everybody has been hard on him. His team should not be too heavy-handed on what he needs to do. An F1 car is a rocket on wheels. A driver needs to get to that place psychologically and physically where the other drivers are not having to second-guess his every move. If his team has joined everybody else in slating him to death all week, then that could have a counterproductive effect because his resultant "too careful" driving could actually lead to a major accident - right from Friday practice 1!

Just my two cents...

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