Maldonado's not afraid either but the difference here is that Koba isn't stupid and he knows how to race hard. Really glad to see him back in F1.This is great news for me too! I love how, unlike just about all the back markers, he isn't afraid to put up a fight against the top drivers.
Does this mean we may actually get an orange Mclaren out side of a test session? Even its its just for one year, that would be pretty awesome.McLaren will launch their car without a title sponsor: http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/112220
McLaren will launch their car without a title sponsor: http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/112220
Definitly this. I doubt any company with a major sponsorship budget would be interested in being a gap year sponsor after last year's debacle.Hello Honda backdoor money?
IT'S A CONSPIRACY!That's why they chose this profile - it hides the ugly bits. The front tyre hides the unsightly angle change on the chassi and the front-wing endplates hide the penis-nose.
Unless he had USD 15 million in sponsorship lined up (the rumored amount Kamui and Marcus are each brining to their Caterham seats), I'm guessing his time was done even if he had stayed with Caterham or had done well at Lotus.i do wonder how heiki feels though
"if only i hadn't taken that lotus seat last year"?