F1 » F1 POLL: Who should replace Glock at Marussia?


Timo Glock's departure from Marussia will open up an opportunity for someone who perhaps thought all doors had closed - but who deserves the chance?

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Alan - Unregistered

January 21, 2013 3:46 PM

Who cares, another quality driver loses his place in f1 because marussia probably asked him to pay for his seat and rightfully he refused this offer.

This team might last 1 or 2 years longer at the most, maybe if bernie hadn't allowed f1 to go to pay tv f1 wouldnt be in the financial mess its in right now.

Sean - Unregistered

January 21, 2013 4:11 PM

Unbelievably, the seat will cost whoever gets it GBP5m per season! ... WHAT THE FOOK?

5m to race firmly at the back of the grid?

any driver who is worth their salt will not, and should not have their sponsors throw this kind of cash at a back marker ...

This is just ridiculous, Bruno, Heikki, Kamui ... heck, even valsecchi et all should avoid this place like the plague ... this will do ABSOLUTELY nothing for any driver looking to race themselves UP the grid. The only recent exception to this was Ricciardo and that was only because he was placed by RedBull cash in preparation for a race seat at Torro Rosso ...

Things like this make me wonder why I am so fanatical about our glorious sport ... Glock should be in a Lotus, Merc or even a Williams ... I dare say had this of come to light earlier its exactly where he would be

GRRRR. ANGRY

BMFBW - Unregistered

January 21, 2013 4:20 PM

@Sean
"This is just ridiculous, Bruno, Heikki, Kamui ... heck, even valsecchi et all should avoid this place like the plague ... this will do ABSOLUTELY nothing for any driver looking to race themselves UP the grid. The only recent exception to this was Ricciardo and that was only because he was placed by RedBull cash in preparation for a race seat at Torro Rosso ... "

Ricciardo raced for HRT, not Marussia...

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