Today’s the day…
- 26th September 2012, 15:58 at 3:58 pm #21117626th September 2012, 17:03 at 5:03 pm #211177AnonymousInactive
Oh… thank God! Can´t wait for the news!26th September 2012, 17:16 at 5:16 pm #211178matt90Participant
Or I am an oracle…26th September 2012, 20:03 at 8:03 pm #211179James_mcParticipant
Hmm less than 3 hours of Wednesday left…..
I am hoping to see Hamilton stay at McLaren, Schumacher to vacate his seat (he has done tremendously well to come back reasonably competitive at his age, but he’s not really adding anything to the sport, give someone up-and-coming an opportunity), one if not both of the FI drivers to move on up. And perhaps sadly Massa to vacate his Ferrari seat.
I am suspecting “everyone stays” might end up happening…26th September 2012, 20:04 at 8:04 pm #211180Fer no.65Participant
There was an announcement today, Paul Hembery is leaving Twitter… I don’t think that’s what Jordan or Brundle had in mind, tho, but it’s a big loss. I loved his tweets, and the way he answered fans questions.26th September 2012, 22:02 at 10:02 pm #211181Prisoner MonkeysParticipant
So, Wednesday has all but come and gone without any news. However, looking back at Eddie Jordan’s pre-race segment on the driver market in Singapore, he specifically says we will know more after Wednesday, and not on Wednesday, which suggests that a decision of some kind was made today, even if it wasn’t announced.26th September 2012, 23:40 at 11:40 pm #211182KingsharkParticipant
And the whole saga is delayed once more…27th September 2012, 0:50 at 12:50 am #211183Prisoner MonkeysParticipant
@kingshark – What do you mean by “delayed”? Didn’t you read my post directly above yours? EJ said that an announcement would come after Wednesday, not on Wednesday.27th September 2012, 5:00 at 5:00 am #211184KingsharkParticipant
What do you mean by “delayed”? Didn’t you read my post directly above yours? EJ said that an announcement would come after Wednesday, not on Wednesday.
This is why I shouldn’t post comments without refreshing the page after being on it for about 2 hours. I see where you’re coming from.
That being said, I hope at least for the drivers market, Massa needs to go out of Ferrari. Not only is he not good enough to be at the team, he’s also squandering opportunities for younger drivers to get a chance. We need a new, fresh breeze of air. Although what I do admit, is that Felipe is still good enough for F1, maybe not for Ferrari, but to drive for one of the bottom/lower teams.28th September 2012, 5:13 at 5:13 am #211185magon4Participant
Sergio Perez at McLaren. Almost Confirmed.
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