F1 » Romain Grosjean, Lotus - Q&A


Romain Grosjean looks back to Abu Dhabi and previews the United States Grand Prix

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Miffy - Unregistered

November 11, 2012 5:20 PM

Sorry Grosjean but from your onboard view you could easily see Perez and spot the potential danger. Instead you decided to think "if he crashes into me it is his fault" and ignore it completely and let it happen. Top drivers don't do this, they're more aware what is around them and what do to.

I mean Kimi and Hamilton into the first long corner in Suzuka you saw Kimi battle it out with Hamilton. However you see lightning reactions of Kimi as he turns left to avoid a potential crash. Yes he lost out but it's better having to try again than crash and score no points.

I think Grosjean is either trying to gain too much or has an issue with his peripheral vision.

Nanbawan - Unregistered

November 11, 2012 7:31 PM

Ludicrous reasoning. Romain was stuck to the apex and there's little that could be done, that's why stewards gave the penalty to Perez.

Grosjean has made some errors sure but that doesn't mean he's always be the one bearing the blame.

For the rest, if you want to say that Kimi is more complete and experienced...No s*** !

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