F1 » Boullier insists: No team orders at Lotus

Eric Boullier insists there are no team orders within Lotus after the Korean Grand Prix

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October 08, 2013 12:00 PM

The Lotus drivers were left free to race, there were no team orders (as requested by one driver), and there will be no team orders in Japan as long as the best interest of the team will so dictate.
All this (the above said) is/was and will be as per the best interest of the team, If in the best interests of the team (and not in the best interests of any one of the two drivers) the situation will require team order/s Lotus as all other teams will be supper fast to implement team orders and nobody should doubt that.


October 08, 2013 12:35 PM

never seen a guy kiss so much ass of one driver and discard the other. I 've respect for what Boullier's managed to do with what he's got ... what he doesn't have though is a Kimi at least for next year - start building Roman up and stand by him a little - carrying on about how Roman is still learning and angry - or is it negotiating tact?


October 08, 2013 10:35 PM

i've not been a huge fan of EB in the past but in this instance i'd do the same if i was in his shoes. Signing Kimi was one of the best things EB has done for the team, Kimi has now made his decision to leave, no wonder EB is a bit cut.

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