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Perhaps he is too open in his comments! On the other hand don't we prefer a guy who gives his opinion instead of kissing the a..es of the people who are in charge! As far as signing for Sauber, this wasn't entirely his decision, but was taken together with his manager Werner Heinz, who certainly isn't a newcomer in the F1 world. Well let's see what the future brings to him. You never know, imagine for example that 1 of the Sauber drivers for some reason is prevented to participate in a race? @ richard What do you mean with your remark that Jules is safe?

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