zyphro wrote:Didn't Kimi's steering problem come about in Australia? Why does this problem still persist?
ds.raikkonen wrote:Well, if a driver of his caliber was nt quick round Monaco, there must have been a genuine problem with the steering. And it is better to talk about that after the race rather than raving about it on the pit radio during the race.
Donuts wrote:jamsbong wrote:Donuts wrote:Hmm... I really don't know what to think of Grosjean.
Eric Boullier will be most critical to Grosjean and he will be swiftly removed if performance is not improved.
The car (Lotus) is not slow at all. Just a fraction behind RB8 I think. In fact, even the Williams and Sauber look incredibly fast at race trim.
Anyway, Lotus better take advantage of this before the top teams got a handled of the tire behaviours.
What makes you say that? I think they are even with Vodafone McLaren , in fact I think as soon as Kimi Raikkonen has an error free* "flying lap" in qualifying, he'll take pole position.
I think Lotus F1 Team is a "top team", allready in 2010 this was evident. I am just sorry Kubica is not at the steering wheel.
*Looking at his qualifying lap in Malaysia, he pushed the car to hard, made two-three misstakes(what I could count). I belive him when he said he could have been on pole. He has'nt been perfect in qualifying, that's the truth.
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