F1 » de la Rosa: It was vital to get back on track


Pedro de la Rosa admits that even 50 laps of Jerez were better than nothing after a tough start to his Ferrari career.

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Yamaha R1 - Unregistered

February 09, 2013 9:50 AM

I like pedro but have often wandered why is he waisting his time test driving why doesn't he turn to indycar or wtcc or sportscar racing rather than doing a job that is pretty much done by youngsters nowadays he is a good racer in the right car which he showed with his outings for mclaren and its a shame he is waisting his talents being a tester....

luke - Unregistered

February 09, 2013 2:54 PM

Maybe he wants to help to develop one of the best racing machines in the world. ("All my life I've been waiting for an opportunity like this")

With his experience he's going to be a great asset for Ferrari, especially in improving their simulator, which is not as good as McLaren's or Red Bull's ones. Something that couldn't be done by youngsters.

Indycar... That would be a waste of his talents - cruising in a car that is slower than gp2 machine (15 years ago it was good, but now it's a joke). And Wtcc? Does anyone watch it now?

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