Narain, I'm sure HRT are thinking of replacing already
That'd be right!
Like most things at HRT they wake up!...........Eventually.
Pedro de la Rosa: "I’m very happy to be honest. We come from not qualifying in Australia not long ago, so when I saw the times we posted I was glad. For us it’s an important jump and, sincerely, at such a complicated track for us as this one, we didn’t expect to finish ahead of one Marussia, so that’s satisfying. Tyre degradation is high and tomorrow I will have to find the compromise in the first part of the sector in order to have enough rubber for the last one to maintain some grip. We know that the race will be a three-stop or four-stop one and that we’re going to struggle, but so will everyone else so we have to go for it and do the best we can”.
Narain Karthikeyan: "Yesterday was a big struggle for me. We had a tough morning but later improved. Today we made some good progress and in qualifying the car was quite good. In sector 2 I had a misfire
on my fastest lap, on turn 12, which cost me a bit of time. The amazing thing is that we haven’t done much to the car but we’re quite close to the group ahead of us and that’s very positive. We found a lot of time from yesterday to today, so we can safely say we’ve shown real progress. Tomorrow is another day and the race will be quite difficult because of the massive tyre degradation but what’s certain is that we’re heading into it fully confident that we can do it”.
From HRT F1 page
What does Narian mean by misfire? Is that the engine piston combusting before it should or does it mean he messed up his lap? its starting to sound like excuses. Last week was trouble with the suspension in the morning , got blocked and flat spotted my Tyre. Narain needs to drink some redbull all I can see is excuses.
Edited by xxiiooiixx, 22 April 2012 - 10:21.