Pervy dickhead troglodyte
- Feb 9, 2013
If pictures could talk, sheesh:
Gasly and Ocon would be a very strong line-up. Now, we have to see what Sauber does with Zhou. Haas, Williams, and AT all have a seat available if Gasly moves to Alpine. For Alpine, that creates another bottleneck because of Jack Doohan's performance. Also, Felipe Drugovich, if he wins F2 what will happen to him? A test role?
Zhou has earned another year with his pace, he’s just had terribly bad luck. He’s been pretty on-par with Valtteri on speed though and it seems Alfa are leaning towards bringing him back than replacing him with Pourchaire.
I’d like to see Ricciardo to Haas, Sargeant to Williams, Herta to AT - the latter of which will very possibly see the FIA giving out more Super License points for IndyCar in the future as well. There’s some smoke about Gio to Haas but I’m really not feeling it, his time has come and gone imo.
Doohan is an interesting prospect and I hope Alpine lock him down better than they handled Piastri. This is where not having any customers is a big issue. I know they’d love to have Andretti but it just doesn’t seem likely.
Selfishly I’d like to see Drugo move to IndyCar but I guess he might be headed to Aston as a reserve/test driver. That’s a tough gig behind Lawrence’s son and the F1 Mark Martin. It’s his third year in F2 and all but he’s been consistently dominant this season at a less reputable team.
Honestly still just too hard to get into the series. F1 keep saying they have interested parties besides Andretti. Maybe prove it? The grid is too small yet the existing teams don’t want to give up some of their share of an expanding pie. Need to figure something out.