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@Taz if Bruno has a car to start in 8th 9th and starts from the back and if he has a car to finish 8th or 9th and still finishes 8th or 9th I guess he's pilling up more homework for Sunday but is still is doing his homework. Maldonado was 6th or 7th when he had issues Bruno would had finished 6th or 7th had not his gear box starting failing from mid-race onwards his pace was great. Ofcourse it would be much better for Bruno starting in front but in race pace he's just a better driver than Maldonado even the lap charts for the last couple of races show that. Williams should keep both drivers for nextt year Maldonado sort out his Sunday inconcistancy and Bruno his Saturday inconcistancy. Changing any of the two drivers will be counterproductive for the team as this year both drivers have grown a lot!



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