F3 » Grubmuller confident following solid Oulton

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Michael Abay - Unregistered

April 19, 2009 1:24 PM

Running a single car team is very challenging. I cant think of anyone else that is more capable to be a team mate to Walter Grubmuller than Sam Abay.
Sam is fast, but now hes hungry.

Racerdad - Unregistered

April 19, 2009 1:45 PM

Hitech can beat the mighty Carlin boys. They won in 2007 with Asmer as a two car team even thou it was Walters first year of learning to drive an F3 car. I think this year if he teamed up with Sam Abay they would give them a run for their money.
Sam Abay has great natural talent, All he needs is a little funding. He would be a great asset to any team.javascript:insertTextCursor('comment',%20':)')

F3 Fan - Unregistered

April 19, 2009 1:56 PM

I agree, Give Sam Abay a chance to prove himself, We know that Hitech can set up a car, Walter put it on pole at Oulton but he needs backup in a team mate. Sam Abay the other Aussie is fast and we all know that in your second year in F3 they all pull their fingers out. It could be a showdown. The battle of the Aussies.

Ex Racer - Unregistered

April 19, 2009 2:13 PM

Please dont knock the rich kids, its not their fault. But its a rich mans sport. Being rich doesnt give you talent, only an opporturnity. I would like to see Sam Abay ( whos not rich) given a chance to drive this year. It appears his backers run out of funding? I saw that he was to drive with Hitech as he was listed as car #14 then withdrawn. One can only asume it was due to funding. Sometimes team owners just have to bite the bullet and give the kid a go. Look what the Robertsons have done for Kimi, and Mc Claren for Lewis. I think they have been re paid many times over. This kid has tallent.

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