Maybe it's just me, but I think this is just the reason they made up to let Klein race in order to keep all their sponsors happy.imightbewrong wrote:Yamamoto has caught food poisoning, Klein will race in his place.
I agree x10. Seems fishy, especially since they said he may not get better by the enxt race.freedom_honda wrote:Maybe it's just me, but I think this is just the reason they made up to let Klein race in order to keep all their sponsors happy.imightbewrong wrote:Yamamoto has caught food poisoning, Klein will race in his place.
Then what to say about Jeröme d'Ambrosio ? Practically same time as experienced Glock in his first session in F1 and on a circuit he never driven before. Now thats impressive. =D>marcush. wrote: Nick Heidfeld is already on the same pace as Kobayashi after 18laps...pretty impressive...
I would not question the team if they put Chandhok back in the car. Chandhok has so much more experience with the car than Klien. If HRT wants good results, Chandhok would most likely be the person to deliver. The fact that they have been switching drivers all year seems like just a financial thing rather than performance issues.Byronrhys wrote:Why would they have to do that, he signed as a reserve they knew this so this would most likely be a genuine sickness no mirrors behind it. Nick just seems to be getting familiar with the car and its characteristics right now.
Yup. The rain in the earlier session spiced things up a bit. I'm hoping we get rain (or at least a wet track, which we now know takes hours to dry up) during qualifying or the race, so that this race isn't just another 61 parade laps of Singapore's streets.auto saibot wrote:fp2 is clearing the air. those who used to be at top are at top, in mid are at mid, but the lower order remains the same...............boring