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Red Bull warned Lotus must ‘control’ Grosjean

Red Bull Racing team Principal Christian Horner reacted following the opening lap incident at Suzuka, it was resulted the Mark Webber’s podium finish chance lost. Horner stated it was up to Lotus to get involved and sort its driver out.

In opening lap of the Japanese Grand Prix, Romain Grosjean hit the rear of Mark Webber at Turn 2 and the consequences was the Australian skid on the grass; he fall down from the top place. Webber says after the race it was totally avoidable incident, and he recommended Grosjean needs another holiday.

The French man already involved in several incidents on the opening lap this season. He was get a race ban for the Italian GP for having reasons, that he made a huge crash in opening lap for Belgium Grand Prix.

“Hopefully he will have a good look in the mirror after this incident – or his team need to get him more under control, He [Grosjean] is capable of doing it, as he is obviously a quick driver, but so many incidents is unacceptable at this level. Horner said.

“He needs to really talk to himself, or the team needs to talk to him, because not only is it dangerous for others, but he has cost himself and his team a colossal amount of points – together with the innocent victims that he has collected en route.”

He added “I think Mark has every right to express his feelings, and I think that it was just a complete misjudgment [by Grosjean], The most important thing when you make a mistake is to learn from it, and I think the most disappointing thing is that it is a repeat incident and proved extremely costly for Mark, as it did for [Lewis] Hamilton and [Fernando] Alonso at Spa, and numerous other victims earlier in the year.

“I think the most worrying thing is he doesn’t appear to be learning from his mistakes.”


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