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jwc04
posted on 02.09.2011
at 21:33
Comments 799 out of 879
This will be an absolute travesty if the last time Nick races an F1 car was in the 2011 Hungarian GP. I am a genuine fan of Quick Nick since I saw him battling with Montoya for the 1998 F3000 championship and he has NEVER received the praise he deserves. Ron Dennis picking Kimi because he had the right 'look' and Bouiiler/Lopez recent comments have been shocking downright lies.

I don't know if you read these messages Nick, but if you do, you can walk away with your head held high, don't look back and get yourself comfy in a nice new BMW DTM car. See you at Brands Hatch in 2012!
anniefanny82
posted on 02.09.2011
at 20:00
Comments 798 out of 879
Oh no. So disappointing. Might have to go and have a cry into my wine. I actually think I might. Not the way I wanted this to end.
mickohare
posted on 02.09.2011
at 19:00
Comments 797 out of 879
Looks like it's all over guys

http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/02092011/66/heidfeld-renault-complete-spli t.html

Sh*tty business, Formula 1, isn't it?

Mick
Naji
posted on 02.09.2011
at 09:11
Comments 796 out of 879
Going into the Grand Prix of Belgium, Renault was even closer in constructor's points, to Mercedes with Nick in 2011 (14 points away), than they were with Robert (26 points away), at the same time last year. Comparing where Robert Kubica was, in points, 2010, to where Nick was, just before Belgium, in 2011, Nick isn't far enough behind where Robert was, to warrant his dismissal. Exactly where Robert was, going into Belgium, 2010, was right where Nick was: 8th in points, right between Rosberg and Schumacher. Boullier and Lopez are covering something up. Boullier's reasons for dismissing Nick, baseless, there has to be another reason for Nick's dismissal Boullier and Lopez aren't publicly disclosing. Those two guys are covering something up. They're lying
Ace9
posted on 01.09.2011
at 19:01
Comments 795 out of 879
Naji
posted on 01.09.2011
at 12:44
Comments 794 out of 879
Mr.Money says there's nothing to do with sponsorships when they decided to replace nick by bruno.
and today we knew that The appointment of Bruno Senna has already delivered two new sponsors to the Renault team.With Nick Heidfeld contentiously stepped down before Spa-Francorchamps, Senna fended off speculation his sponsors had paid for the race seat."If you look at the team then there are no new logos on the car or on myself," he insisted.But that was before Sunday, when on the grid Brazil's Globo Esporte spotted two new logos.One belongs to the major Brazilian oil company OGX, headed by business baron Eike Batista da Silva who is the eighth richest person in the world.A spokesman for Senna, the nephew of Brazil's famous triple world champion Ayrton Senna, confirmed the deal with the holding company EBX.The other new logo on the black Renault in Belgium was the razor brand Gillette.
Shame on you Bouiller, you'd better say that instead of blaming nick Mr.Money.
anniefanny82
posted on 31.08.2011
at 17:22
Comments 793 out of 879
I think we can conclude from various pieces of evidence that Mnr Boullier is devoid of logical thought or action.

I wonder how he managed to work his way up to team boss without this impediment being noticed? If I didn't know Renault better, I'd suggest that he didn't secure this position on merit. But knowing Renault the way I do... oh wait. Yes. Sounds about right.

Ann
anniefanny82
posted on 31.08.2011
at 16:28
Comments 792 out of 879
I think we can conclude from various pieces of evidence that Mnr Boullier is devoid of logical thought or action.

I wonder how he managed to work his way up to team boss without this impediment being noticed? If I didn't know Renault better, I'd suggest that he didn't secure this position on merit, but perhaps by financial incentive or nepotism. But knowing Renault the way I do... oh wait. Yes. Sounds about right.

Ann
mickohare
posted on 31.08.2011
at 15:13
Comments 791 out of 879
Sorry, it's me again. Just read this verbatim from the BBC F1 website.

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Renault boss Eric Boullier thinks Bruno Senna is capable of scoring points after the Brazilian's difficult debut for the team in the Belgian Grand Prix. "If he can deliver like he did this weekend in every race I think he will be good enough to bring points home."
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So Eric 'thinks' Senna will be good enough to score points. He ONLY thinks it? He already had a driver who could and did score points. And was running 8th in the championship when he fired him. Last message I was perplexed. Now I'm both perplexed and preparing a voodoo doll.

Mick
mickohare
posted on 31.08.2011
at 11:01
Comments 790 out of 879
It was indeed a strange take on Senna's race when Eric B declared he was 'pleased' with his performance. Senna started 7th and ended up 13th. The last Grand Prix where Nick completed the race (as opposed to his car setting on fire) he started 16th and finished 8th at Silverstone and Eric declared, according to Autosport, that 'this is not the kind of performance we were hoping for'. It's all rather perplexing.

Mick
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