F1 » Kovalainen to drive for Caterham again


Heikki Kovalainen to return to the track in Belgium and Italy, albeit only for FP1

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Matt2

August 22, 2013 4:22 PM
Last Edited 334 days ago

Soooo... He should go quicker of the bat, than the guys that have ridden THAT car thousond and thousonds of miles and have great base set up....

JJJ You sir are useless ****.

JJJ

August 22, 2013 6:16 PM

@Matt2

Too funny. Caterham basically carried over the car from last year...if anyone has done 'thousands of miles' in it, it's him. Also he already had this chance twice at the beginning of the year when the current drivers experience was 2 days of testing and two races and he was still slower...

As for the base setup the curretn drivers have, Kova can just hop in with their setup...lol

Sigh...

richard

August 22, 2013 7:13 PM

jjj. the cars are the same as last year??????? no, they are different. totally different aero, ecus etc. yes, they still have four wheels and an engine, but that is the only similarity at leas he cannot be much worse than your idol.

and you also believe that the cars are presently set up correctly? maybe that is why kovi has been asked to step in

JJJ

August 22, 2013 9:03 PM

Caterham have claimed themselves they carried over last year's car for this year cause they needed all their resources to build a car for the new regs next year...In fact the biggest reason Caterham asked Kova's imput is exactly because of that reason, he knew the car and they wanted to assess how the mandatory changes affected the car.

Once again Kova needs to thank all his lucky stars that one fine day, Lewis got a flat tyre and Massa's engine blew up to he could take his one and only win in F1.

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