mclaren111 wrote: ↑
Wed Dec 06, 2017 3:54 pm
Prost: 'Vandoorne on the same level as Alonso, or even better!'
i've unfortunately noticed Prost recently has been saying a lot of things that make no sense.
I haven't either forgotten his 'Prost GP' stint that was well.....almost embarassing to be honest.
Not MasterCard Lola or USGP embarassing, but still.....
I have the feeling Renault is trying to emulate Mercedes' success by copying the format of an old wise head to 'steer' things in the right direction, but i don't think it's working any way that Mercedes has it going - which i must say, is really a place of cohesion and things fitting together perfectly.
Ferrari seems like a place of internal 'competition' and ego's.
Only RedBull and Mercedes seem to have that perfect working condition. Well, perhaps Haas and Force India do too, but RB and Merc stand out.
as for Mclaren, i still maintain Eric Bouillier should go. He's bland af and just not the man for the job. Zak Brown has been a positive replacement of Ron Dennis imho though we'll have to see results first. He reminds me of Whitmarsh, which i think is still a shame is gone. I think Zak Brown - Whitmarsh would do pretty good. I just get nothing from Bouillier.
Actually, i wonder if Jenson Button wouldn't be a good replacement of Bouillier. He's a real happy friendly guy whose personality in itself motivates people, is a real Playboy and character which F1 needs (i still miss Vijay Mallya's previous presence and i can't help but miss Briatore in F1), i'm just not sure if he's able to be fully committed to the requirements the job has - JB is a competetive sportsman, not really a corporate 'businessman' imho, but then again, that could be his strength.