F1 » Grosjean targets podium return

Romain Grosjean targets a return to the podium in the USA after missing out in Abu Dhabi

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November 10, 2013 7:25 PM

Now that KR seems to be out of the last 2 races this is the best chance for RG to get the team behind him before Hulk shows up. Hopefully Hulk doesn't show up for the last 2 races and they put in DV. This would be a great opportunity for DV to learn and see if he has the talent to cut it.


November 10, 2013 10:19 PM
Last Edited 902 days ago

@JJ9871011 (edit: OnlyTheBest)

"spoilt finn out of the team."

So spoilt he raced pretty much the whole year for no money. He's brought in a lot of money though.

How about you work for a year for f'all and see how you react when someone says your acting like a little kid for deciding to withdraw your services.

Done work for people who've then decided to bankrupt their company rather than have to pay you, it ain't much fun.



November 10, 2013 10:50 PM
Last Edited 903 days ago


I have nothing against KR for his actions. I think you are pointing this comment @OnlyTheBest.

It does seem KR did know he was going to be paid at the end of the year, but it does suck he might get screwed out of all of it if said sponsor folds in the end. While I agree with KR's actions, I at the same time have no sympathy for him in that he knew the financial constraints of the team. From corporate experience everything said is hot air until the check is in your hand, regardless of contracts.


November 12, 2013 5:43 PM
Last Edited 901 days ago

We all know that he will be paid soon or later, it's just a time matter.
So yes he is a spoilt child who has bitten his feeder's hand.
It was a win win deal, he brings good results AND Lotus provides him a good car.
I regret that Lotus didn't let him rot in WRC where he was a complete no name.

I hope Alonso to destroy him next year.

PS : Stay polite, it's easy to play badboy on the internet.

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