Villeneuve not longer in F1

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wazojugs
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Doesn't stop teams kicking people out though if they are not driving to expectations. A three year contract doesn't mean your safe, especially now that honda have won a GP toyota will want to be ahead of them and i don't see trulli or ralf drivers capable of pushing the team

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johny
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they should find a young man with good expectatives, most teams have one

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wazojugs wrote:Doesn't stop teams kicking people out though if they are not driving to expectations. A three year contract doesn't mean your safe, especially now that honda have won a GP toyota will want to be ahead of them and i don't see trulli or ralf drivers capable of pushing the team
well they are technically safe because buying out there contracts is hugely expensive, take into point JV, BMW tried to buy him out but it wuold have been too expensive so they decided to stick with him for a year or so and that is why you see him getting kicked out with 6 races left to go on his contract.
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Too early...