Karun Chandhok had a good weekend, out-qualifying his team mate and enjoying a largely trouble-free race.
|Karun Chandhok||Bruno Senna|
|Qualifying time comparison (Q1)||1’42.600 (-0.251)||1’42.851|
|Average race lap||1’49.779 (-0.546)||1’50.325|
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Was passed by Timo Glock on the last lap but ultimately took the place back as Glock was later handed a penalty for ignoring blue flags.
Compare Karun Chandhok’s form against his team mate in 2010
Started last after being out-qualified by his team mate. Picked up front wing damage when he was passed by Glock but didn’t realise quickly enough to pit and had to do an entire lap with his front wing hanging off.
Brought the car home in 20th place.
Compare Bruno Senna’s form against his team mate in 2010
2010 European Grand Prix
- The physics of Webber’s Valencia crash
- Technical review: European Grand Prix
- Sauber “thrilled” by Kobayashi’s passes
- 2010 European Grand Prix – the complete F1 Fanatic race weekend review
- Alonso retracts Valencia criticism
- FIA must learn from Valencia shambles
- Best finish of 2010 (Williams race review)
- Di Grassi shines (Virgin race review)
- Double finish at home (HRT race review)
- Buemi slips to ninth (STR race review)
5 comments on “Double finish at home (HRT race review)”
28th June 2010, 23:56
I find it funny that Karun’s seat is talked as being in danger when he “leads” the new teams if you gave them points for their individual finishing. Sure there is a 6-3 quali advantage to Senna but it’s all about finishing the race isn’t it?
29th June 2010, 0:06
Using that logic, the time is nigh to get Patrese out of retirement!
28th June 2010, 23:59
They said all the talk about Karun’s seat (before it was Bruno’s seat) and how it’s all nonsense. Some rumours spreading around for some reason at HRT. Well that’s what they said…
29th June 2010, 15:53
“Picked up front wing damage when he was passed by Glock but didn’t realise quickly enough to pit and had to do an entire lap with his front wing hanging off.”
I do love this line, and what it implies about how horrible that HRT is to drive! Say what you want about Bruno and Karun, but I think they are both doing the best job possible in the circumstances.
29th June 2010, 19:01
They are actually one of the best drivers on the grid….driving that slippery truck is credit to them itself
Well Done Karun…..Hope u will shine
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