F1 » Trulli: F1 has 'taken an ugly turn', talent no longer counts


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its funny that he is right about it. im sure the pay drivers dont offer up anything close to what a good sponsor for a good driver would pay. so you get several million dollars for a season, tear up A LOT of cars because your driver cant drive. mean while the greatest driver F1 has ever seen is stuck in GP2 because hes not rich but has talent far exceeding any other driver dreaming of F1. and now the team who hired the pay driver cant pay their bills because they are spending to much money repairing cars and their pay driver didnt have more money. now dozens of people have lost jobs and another crappy driver will never be heard from again, meanwhile the great driver still doesnt have a F1 ride



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