wesley123 wrote:I don't think you need to ask ESP for that...
I was asking ESP for the names of the sponsors. Obviusly, Dani would bring money.
wesley123 wrote:Apart from that, please stop coming with excuses for everything. If they want to be something, then they have to work towards it, not do the complete opposite.
So, your great idea for HRT is hiring two 18 years old racers and see what happens, no? My idea is, first, build the whole F1 team and, second, climb up on the grid (if that is the correct expresion). Doing the first thing implies lots of money (Karthikeyan) and veteran drivers (de la Rosa), so you can know where are you going. For the second, you need faster drivers, and there is where the young driver should be.
wesley123 wrote:And they are already an f1 team in the first place, based on what you and hrt state they seem to be aiming for the WCC and WDC next year.
Where did I say that they are aiming for something like that? Well, every team, at the begining, aims for both WCC and WDC, but the only thing I have said about HRT is that I hope to see them on the second Barcelona test. Force India was Spyker, and before that was Midland, and before Jordan. It was a long way before they started to shine.
wesley123 wrote:It is bogus what you say. So what you are saying is; 'Oh guys I know we want to be a team that brings in young talent, so therefore I have signed two drivers both around the age of 40.' Does that even make remotely sense?
Or they said: "we want a team that brings in young talent, so we hired Dani Clos, he will be in every FP" and, seeing that HRT allways change their driver line-up mid-seasons, it can be possible to see Dani on the wheel for some races.
If this would ever happens, I am sure you will say: "those HRT are crazy. They sacked a veteran driver and put a newbie. They are doom and do not deserve to be in this universe"