F1 » Grosjean 'wouldn't have bet a penny' on getting a podium

After a hugely disappointing qualifying left him starting the Indian GP from 17th place on the grid, Romain Grosjean said he wouldn't have bet a penny or a peanut on getting on the podium.

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October 28, 2013 1:14 PM
Last Edited 834 days ago

If the Finn use to listen more often to what he is told to do on the radio, he would not have to complain about overheated breaks.
It's a common fact that a car does not follow another too close for many reasons.
For instance we saw it when Alonso let a margin between him and Massa, or in Suzuka when Webber let a 2sec margin to Grosjean before attack him.
So I can't understand that KR, known for his racecraft doesn't got this simple thing and then, always complaining about tyres or breaks...

About Grosjean, that was a great race with a certain luck.

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