F1 » Senna outshines Maldonado in India

Bruno Senna was once again the better of Williams' pair of drivers this weekend, after finishing in the points while his team mate Pastor Maldonado suffered a puncture and finished 16th.

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October 29, 2012 9:10 AM

poor headline. senna outshines maldonado... while maldonado suffered a puncture! well, of course, a puncture costs a great heap of time! so maldonado would end up behind senna, unless he was able to miraculously make up a time loss of around a minute.


October 29, 2012 9:16 AM


Kobi's move was a odd which caused the puncture, I'd almost fallen asleep at that stage, utterly boring race. I'd been treated to a coma inducing MotoGP race only to get the same again in F1.

nas - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 9:18 AM

One pay driver outshines another. If not for his sponsors and the added marketability that comes with his last name, he'd be watching races from the sideline or on the pit wall as a backup driver.

Dylan - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 10:44 AM

Some fanboys are SO biased they can't see a tree in front of their noses! Button was being praised like someone who just saved private Ryan with his last lap fastest lap of the race BUT in the same lap Bruno was just .2 of a second slower and yes I know most of you didn't know that. So the amazing pace Button was able to achieve in his fastest lap was just 0.2 faster than Bruno who got the second best lap of the race. I'm not saying you should love Bruno but give Ceaser what's due and Bruno had a great race and great pace!


October 29, 2012 11:00 AM

Maldonado's outshone Senna on Saturdays, and Senna's outshone Maldonado on Sundays.

The way I see it, keep both drivers for next year and keep a familiar team to continue to build on,or get rid of both drivers and bring in 2 new pay drivers to start from scratch all over again.

This Wolff bloke seems to think Bottas is some miracle driver, so why not bring him in, guarantee he wont do any better than the 2 drivers currently racing for Williams.

Dylan - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 11:32 AM

@Taz his qualifying has been horrible but the article isn't about his qualifying. As I've said before he's pilling homework for Sunday which a team like Ferrari or Red Bull wouldn't accept but when you run the worse car (check teams standings) ahead of only the F2 cars you gotta agree he's still doing the homework. If he wants to stay in F1 and move the a top team he will need to sort this thing out but this Sunday's race he did great what an overtaking on his team mate that was!

Dylan - Unregistered

October 29, 2012 11:38 AM

@VWBHAMSRRGDHKPVRMSKPDKGP the only reason this Wolf guy wants Bottas in the team is because he is Bottas' manager and will get a piece of Bottas' cake if someday the boy starts making some money in F1 in a top team (Wolf is dreaming!). Briatori up to this day makes money on Alonso and Webber so I see Wolf must have a ten year deal or so on Bottas but Bottas is not good enough if he was he would had gone to GP2 and proved it leapfrogging GP2 is the only way he can make to F1.

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