A Rosberg suits that role perfectly, but i have a feeling that he is Brawn bound. Altho, if McLaren were to get a steady driver, one that can hold his pace, and give as good as he can get, whilst being consistant, Nick Heidfeld may be the answer, altho he is older, he fits that role perfectly. And he has been classified for arround 40+ races in a row now, a safe pair of hands he would be for the McLarens.
ringo wrote:Kubica would do well well in a Mclaren, but he is another Rambo driver. He can be more aggressive than webber and Hamilton when he is ready. We don't need 2 guys like that on a team, but Kubica and Hamilton sounds like a WDC waiting to happen.
The more I think about it, I realise that Sutl would be perfect. He stuck to the back of that KERS Ferrari all race. That requires huge concentration lap after lap. Also, the way he shadowed Ferrari's every move in the pits shows that he is in a team that knows how to get the points in the bag, that would temper Lewis's rambo tenadncey.
Now we're 24 hours after the event, for me, I'd say Sutl's calm emergence was the best thing of the weekend.