Now no one expects someone who gets in to his new team to say bad words, off course his gonna say good things but this Ferrari talk is so similar that am wondering if they are given strict instruction to make a reference exactly about those things in there first interviews.
Is it some policy to keep that "we are one big family" and "you can see Enzo's ghost in the hallway" image going? I mean the guy just got his red T-shirt how the hell does he know he wants to stay there forever. We heard all that from many drivers who left saying opposite things afterwards. Isn't it enough to just say that it looks like a great team and they know there job very well?
Are they instructed?
Edited by Monad, 15 January 2010 - 10:44.