F1 » Glock exit to deny Alguersuari lifeline?

Could Timo Glock's DTM test could spell the end of BMW's interest in Jaime Alguersuari?

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January 22, 2013 11:13 AM
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"Blinkered" is a bit harsh I would say, he's a young guy and got booted out of F1 quite unfairly by STR when he was showing decent potential.

Blinkered or not, without a big bag of dosh he's screwed for getting back into F1.

David Chaste - Unregistered

January 22, 2013 5:34 PM

The guy is only 22 now. His last season he was 21. He had a solid season in 2011. They should have kept him.

He can't be expected to deliver Vettel's results in the STR, because at that time STR was using Red Bull's chassis. And because of Vettel's win in the STR, other midpack teams cried "foul".

It's amazing how Santander isn't backing up more spanish talent. Sure it focuses more attention on Alonso by making him more popular, but when he retires, that will leave a big void for all the spanish fans currently drawn to F1 because of him. They could leave the sport in droves.

Laura - Unregistered

January 22, 2013 6:05 PM

I would also agree blinkered is a bit harsh. He wants to race single seaters so he should. Some drivers prefer that, and I suppose it's better to put a lot ofeffort into the one motorsport rather than a half ****d effort into several. And besides, if motorsport doesn't work out, he's a decent musician with a good repuatation. Why focus on something like DTM which would be a bit poaintless when he has two other prefered, viable career options that he's already well established himself in?

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