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A Tense Day For Romain Grosjean-Update

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Renault test driver,Romain Grosjean, will have to wait until tomorrow afternoon, when the FIA IAC rule on the Renault appeal, before he will know if he is to be handed Piquet's seat for the European G.P.YThe wait has been worthwhile for Romain as Renault have, today, confirmed he will take Piquet's seat in the European GP

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posted Aug 17, 2009

This article has just been posted yet the author is not shown on the Member's Online page.

Why post an article for debate then immediately log out?

How can I debate with the author if they do that?

What could possibly be the reason for doing such a thing?


However, with regard to the article - I'm sure he's waited long enough. What's another couple of weeks to him?

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comment by KraXik (U13983514)

posted Aug 17, 2009

Maybe he's having a maths debate?


:p

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posted Aug 17, 2009

It is best to debate out of topic here as his/her assertions have no base. Then the announcement of the team driver has nothing to do with the outcome of the case in Paris!!! doh

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posted Aug 17, 2009

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posted Aug 18, 2009

Bubblingbasil (U8253161). Just how wrong can you be? Only after the decision was announced by the FIA, have Renault announced that Romain will replace Piquet.cool

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posted Aug 18, 2009

Phew, I barely slept last night with worry about this. Thanks so much for the update.

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smiley

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posted Aug 18, 2009

Pity this pretty much hands teh GP2 title to Huulkenberg now.

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posted Aug 18, 2009

more gov't subsidies for bernies "buseinss" and this "sport"
As if the sov wealth funds of places such as Abu Dhabi, Bahrain and Malaysia and the involvement of Mansour Ojjeh isn't already gross.
http://www.autosport.com/news/grapevine.php/id/77755

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posted Aug 18, 2009

I would love to see Alonso beaten by Hamilton,Alguersuari and Grosjean. devil

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