dans79 wrote: ↑
Tue Sep 01, 2020 6:35 pm
Schuttelberg wrote: ↑
Tue Sep 01, 2020 5:24 pm
but Binotto is talking all sorts of rubbish even though he does not drive the car.
Probably because he knows that everyone knows he is a substantial architect of this fiasco.
May be accept things and help the whole team move on? The longer he offers pathetic excuses, the more stories and pressure manifests. He's frankly just resorted Ferrari and himself to 2022 or bust.
I still feel that with the resources available to Ferrari, a lot of strength can be built in such tumultuous times which ultimately define your character when you come face to face with the pressures of fighting for a world championship. I just don't think there's enough character building going on in the Scuderia at the moment.
Alright, today he can attribute blame upon (in this case) Sebastian for 2015-21 but it doesn't seem as if Charlie is very calm inside the kitchen although he's doing a very fine job and putting on a brave face in front of us via the media. Too often, the drivers are defending the sh!t storm in the squad and when the driver needs it after 3-4 years, it goes pear shaped and the only solution they seem to have is sacking the lead driver (Schumacher, Raikkonen, Alonso & Vettel.) These guys didn't become world champions by fluke. The unrest is within, the drivers have all actually been the saving grace just like Charles at the moment.
Just to add- Hearing Seb after Spa, he could have thrown some mud at the outcome like Mattia did after one of the Silverstone races but he defended the team and tried to calm things down. He has no reason to and he is well liked and respected in the paddock. I just feel that the environment there needs to be a two way street and it's all one way traffic right now. If they build a Mercedes for 2022, this is a moot point although even that could go to sh!t if Sainz switches it on from the get go. Mattia has been quite a sham at managing the 'employees' that push those pedals on the track.
"Sebastian there's very, you're a member of a very select few.. Stewart, Lauda, Piquet, Senna, Prost, Schumacher, Fangio.. VETTEL!"