Agree. As a fan I want the best possible F1 season and there are plenty of excellent and better drivers without a seat - so please do not waste opportunities with Senna anymore.
You would be rid of Bruno, and call him a wasted opportunity - yet you would allow people like Maldonado, like Grosjean, like Pic, like Karthekeyan, pass without complaint? At least Senna does not crash into everything that moves!
Senna can be equal to Maldonado or slightly faster, whether it's F1 or GP2, and he picked up the pace at the end of the season but he's not as fast as Pastor on a VERY consistent basis. On that one, I'd kick him out.
I think Senna was a lot faster than he got the opportunity to show - yes, he messed up some qualifyings, but I can think of several more that the team screwed up for him, the chief of those being Barcelona.
Senna is quick, clever, a good driver, a good overtaker. What has Maldonado shown? Speed, yes - and a carelessness for the safety of others that is scary, so much so that others will now jump out of his way rather than race him for fear of instant DNF. It was a good thing Maldonado brought all that government money; Williams must have needed it to pay for the cars he smashed.
Can someone please tell me what chances he has really had? He's never been with a team for more than a year. He's been in horribly uncomfortable situations that other drivers on the grid never dream of. His first year, in a veritable load of junk, with no money, and a teamboss who disliked him; his second, testing, and then thrown into the car with only a handful of races to go, and was immediately on the pace of his no-slouch teammate. Then tossed by a veritable prick of a boss for a french crash-a-holic with Total backing, and found a way into Williams, against an established teammate, who had so much money backing he didn't care what he wrecked, who was quick, and a team that made him sit out every Friday practice, and yet, in spite of the fact that Maldonado won a race and 25 points to go with it, Bruno NEARLY BEAT HIM in the point standings.
Can someone tell me what's so terrible about all of this? There are many drivers who would not have done half so well. I wager that if Vettel or Hamilton found themselves in his situation, they would not have done any better. And yet Bruno finds himself under constant criticism, constant pressure, constant scrutiny, and he is treated harder by the fans than any other rookie or driver, simply because of his name.
Give him a decent car, equal treatment, and time, and watch him flourish. Others with lesser qualifications have been given chances. Why not him?