HRT closing on Virgin (HRT race review)

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HRT driver Bruno Senna out-qualified one of the Virgin cars while team mate Karun Chandhok led home one of the VR-01s during the race. But technical trouble continues to blight the Spanish team.

Karun ChandhokBruno Senna
Qualifying position2422
Qualifying time comparison (Q1)1’27.757 (+8.273)1’19.484
Race position18
Average race lap1’25.529 (-1.791)1’27.320
Pit stops20

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Karun Chandhok

Delayed by a sensor problem in qualifying, Chandhok brought the car home 18th after moving ahead of Lucas di Grassi’s Virgin which had a hydraulic problem.

Compare Karun Chandhok’s form against his team mate in 2010

Bruno Senna

Split the Virgin duo on merit in qualifying but lost second gear during the race and had to retire.

Compare Bruno Senna’s form against his team mate in 2010

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3 comments on “HRT closing on Virgin (HRT race review)”

  1. I think Senna is doing a better job than most people are saying. There has been talk of him being replaced, but what has he really done wrong?

    1. I dont think he has done anything wrong, he is doing a better job then Chandhok(which is the only person to compare him with at the moment)and now there are rumors of Chandhok getting replaced, I think its just the media making up stories again.

  2. Here’s a very interesting imaginary championship for the six drivers of the new teams. Cowboy Chandok leads!!

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