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A continuance of previous note:
Various sports news website, 14th October 2012:
"He is a fast driver, he is talented, once he passes the first corner he is a proper racing driver," Boullier said.
"He deserves to be in Formula 1, we brought him back because we believe he has a future in Formula 1. I would be a bit foolish to bring him back and then get rid of him.''
Certainly 'championing' his cause, but hopefully he can get some solid results and then consistently for honours...I certainly hope we haven't seen his best, but Roman will have to be far more consistently in the news for all the right reasons surely, before he attains not only from himself but the complete confidence of everyone else involved in order to take his to the next level.
Edit: Either way, I honestly feel that any success he achieves will encourage someone from the now junior motor ranks to be France's future formula one champion. I do believe there is something very special that will appear in the near futur