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Re: Malaysian GP - Race
Posted by: GroveF1
Date: 25/03/2012 18:27
I would hope the 3-week break will allow Maldonado and Senna to reflect on the errors of the last 2 Grands Prix.

There is no doubt that they drove well today and the team and drivers have to be congratulated for this. But yes they need to "iron out" the errors currently happening with the drivers as well as the team strategy errors.

Congratulations and a mention also has to be given to Mike Coughlan, Jason Somerville and Mark Gillan for the turnaround they have done at Williams compared to the situation last year.

Do any of you think we would be challenging for the Top 6 if Sam was in charge of the FW34? I don't think so, and who do you think we would be blaming if the car was both a dog and the drivers made errors? My guess would be the Technial team.

Give the drivers time to cut out the errors.

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