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HRT: 'Decision over second driver not urgent'

Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by Scott Webber, Dec 17, 2011.

  1. Scott Webber

    Scott Webber

    HRT's newly appointed team principal, Luis Pérez-Sala, is in no rush to confirm a second driver to partner the already announced Pedro de la Rosa.
    Pérez-Sala, who replaced Colin Kolles this week, revealed that he and the team are in talks with 'several drivers' but are yet to come to an agreement.

    "We are in advanced talks with several drivers but we can’t anticipate anything yet," he said.
    The fomer Minardi driver also confimed that a firm decision isn't expected until January.

    "It’s a decision we surely won’t make until the start of next year because, at this stage, who will be the team’s second driver for next season is perhaps the least urgent one right now."

  2. David Jundt

    David Jundt

    Just sign Algy already. He has a higher amount of talent than other pay-drivers have money:p

    Although the one that could say no is Algy himself... But a Spanish National Team sounds fun, everyone will love them in Spain:D
  3. Xosé Estrada

    Xosé Estrada

    Don't be that sure, like Joaquin Bartrina wrote:

    Listening to a man it's easy to know
    where he first seen the light of sun.
    If he praises England, he's an Englishman,
    if he talks bad about Prusia, it's a Frenchman,
    if he talks bad about Spain, it's a Spaniard.
  4. António da Cunha

    António da Cunha

    Those words suit Portugal very well, too. Nuestros hermanos. ;)