ISLAMATRON wrote:Nobody is belittling you, calm down... just pointing something very obvious out that you failed to mention... If they are going to be slow they might as well do it with a Japanese driver and have him bring in money rather than pay Truilli a whole heap. Seems pretty reasonable to me.
Also I think you fail to recognize how bad of luck Kazoo has had this year, he has speed, he just needs to get his racecraft together(Isnt that what everyone said about Sato), I personally think he has some talent, the question is if any team is patient enough to hone it.
Read paragraph 5 and 6 of my first statement.
My statement is, the team needs both cost cutting AND performance gains, because even a cheap team is worthless if it sucks. You can't make a business model out of losing, unless you're the Toronto Maple Leafs. Giblet and a few others might know what I'm talking about there.
You are saying, if they're going to be slow, might as well do it on the cheap.
Nothing in your first reply to me has anything to do with your most recent "clarification".
Kazoo has had a lousy season...and a worse last season. His rate of improvement has been worse than Piquet, Jr.
F1 is a steep, steep learning curve, and getting over the initial hump does not guarantee any sort of actual success. With 2 more seasons, I can only foresee mediocrity from him.