yeah. i find it rather hard to believe the injury from that accident was so severe that he STILL
Dumpster sounds so much more classy. It's the diamond of the cesspools.
They decided to use 2016 engines in early October. Even if they were in talks with Mercedes at that point, that is no reason to make a decision on engines when they haven't signed the contract yetf1316 wrote: ↑Tue Apr 04, 2017 5:55 pmMaybe it's just me and everyone else said this ages ago - but do we think part of the reason Sauber has a 2016 PU is because Ferrari didn't want a Mercedes junior having a look at its 2017 unit?
Just following on from my previous thought, I wonder if Sauber get a new one if they get rid of the 'spy' and bring in the home grown guy.
His accident was in the 3rd week of January. Surely he would have trained up until that point. According to Wehrlein he missed few weeks of training not months. The odd thing is he said that he was completely recovered, there was no pain(after testing) and that he had no concerns about his fitness till Friday. His reason now for skipping the Chinese GP is that he wants to 100% fit.
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