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@ 'jimmy s', may I first say that it really would be wonderful to see another Frenchman crowned world champion, to win an F1 race alone has been a 17 long years wait...France NEEDS another champion, and with it far more drivers constantly seen to be having 'good chances' being employed by any and all F1 teams.
Although there's undoubted talent within Roman, I'm not quite sure 'others' see it quite the same way as yourself. Boullier himself has made dramatic progress in 'buoying' up Roman in the last few months. As his personal manager it's his job to consider all of his options, Boullier revealed only last October that really wanted to retain Roman, that his 'first corner incidents' and his ban were impeding his progress. He revealed that his only option was 'hopefully' remaining with the Lotus team. He campaigned hard to keep his charge, senior managers were less certain all the way up to late October, early November.
"He is a fast driver, he is talented, once he passes the first co