@andae23 It was Berthon he pushed into the wall at Spa. I can only imagine what it was like to be right next to Trummer’s crash at Hungary, that wall is so close to the track. I’ve been on the ‘Canamasas is a mentalist’ train for some time though so I’m not surprised particularly.
Sergio Canamasas is doing Caterham’s strange decision to appoint him no favours. There are several better drivers with less money not being able to come to GP2. I would still understand if he was just plain and simply slow, but what he did at Hungarring to Trummer last year, at Spa to Berthon, at Singapore(ignoring black flag), at the last race(post-session altercation with Berthon) and now here is just inexcusable. GP2 is not a place for pay drivers who are touched in the head. I hope the FIA see sense and ban him soon, because there’s no certainty as to what he might do next. He is dangerous.
I hope the FIA see sense and ban him soon, because there’s no certainty as to what he might do next.
I’m not sure if the FIA have the power to suspend his licence. GP2 is sanctioned by the FIA, but it is run independently of them. The most the FIA could do is deny Canamasas a superlicence if he ever qualified or applied for one.
@bosley Rapax seem to have a very good setup. Coletti has scored three podium finishes in the first three races, emulating Heikki Kovalainen(2005), Timo Glock(2007), Romain Grosjean(2009) and Sam Bird(2011).