F1 » Grosjean: I'm my own worst enemy

Romain Grosjean keen to go forward in India, eager to unlock the secrets of the Buddh International Circuit

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October 21, 2012 10:41 PM

A couple of clean races and people will forget about all the crashing, they seemed to have forgoten about the South American guy earlier this year, and the British guy from last year, and Romain seems to accept that there has been a problem.

JJ - Unregistered

October 22, 2012 1:06 AM

I like RG. I think he has proven himself well this season and I would like to see him stay on next season. As for all his transgressions on track, I feel he has been given way harsher sanctions than lulu or PM, esp PM. How that guy has not had a race ban yet is beyond logic.

Anyway, I hope RG doesn't get replaced. On finishes alone, he's done better than SP yet that guy got a seat a McL.

Zeyar - Unregistered

October 22, 2012 1:07 AM

I like Grosjean. I hope he doesn't overthink all this crashing business and lose his edge. He's a really enjoyable driver to watch. A few sessions with the sports psychologist should set him straight.

Paul Kirk - Unregistered

October 22, 2012 5:07 AM

He says he's his own worst enemy, well evidence indicates he is everyone else's worst enemy too!
I'm wondering if he suffers from MIB, Motion Induced Blindness, because he seems to lose sight of others around him and even when contact is iminent he doesn't take avoiding action!
To find out more about MIB check h------ , quite interesting!
Oops, they won't alow web adresses, so if you check airforce fighter pilot training, emphisis on eye sight/brain, you might find out about MIB.
I reckon Grojohn and Maldonerdo both suffer from it!
And btw tell him to have a shave, he's got a responsibility to his sponsors and team to be groomed correctly while in the public eye!

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