WTCC » 'End of a chapter' as Zanardi, BMW split


Alex Zanardi reveals that his relationship with BMW has come to an end, but that retirement isn't part of his plans

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Paul - Unregistered

February 19, 2010 1:26 PM

WHAT! :? :?This is a load of pap... rubbish drivers routinely run around at the back of the grid in decent cars, when, a living legend like Zanardi is forced to search around for scraps of drives... pathetic.

Not only is Alex a hero, he's brilliant to watch, anyone stood at Druids in quali last year will testify, the mans magic! Heres hoping Alex gets a top drive in a top touring car series somewhere soon, he deserves more, much morethan this... BMW should be ashamed...!

Tac - Unregistered

February 19, 2010 3:53 PM

I cant help it the guy is a god the only thing he didnt win was F1 and again because of a crap car from williams with steel brakes not carbon. The man lives and breathes racing and after what hes been through a true hero

JOHN - Unregistered

February 20, 2010 1:30 AM

He had difficult times in F1 but was brilliant in the USA in Indy/Champ Car. That dreadful accident in Germany does not even bear thinking about. A great character, I am sorry this is happening to him. Just hope he gets a decent car and takes BMW to the cleaners.... :rolleyes:

Kathy

March 07, 2010 4:08 PM

I really hate to see this happen to Alex. He is not only a superb driver (Laguna Seca corkscrew ring any bells?) but he is an amazing person - igreat sportsmanship and incredible drive.

I really hope someone steps up and gives him a quality ride. I would think he would be a marketer's dream.

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