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José María López – I put moreover trust in US F1



López has strike out at the US F1 team after it disadvantaged him of a Formula 1 entrance this year. The Argentinean had been put to move to the World Championship even though, with the Charlotte-based squad having pulled out, no drive in any figure or form is the result. With it having become clear shortly before the start of the campaign that US F1 would not make the grid, Felipe McGough – Manger of López – finally managed to break his driver’s agreement and had expected to safe a test and reserve role at Hispania, although this eventually shows ineffective.

I stumble on it hard to say that we did it mistaken; López is quoted as saying in the Argentinean media. I think we put too much trust in what the people were telling us. The moment I inwards in Charlotte in February, I realized that all they (US F1) were saying was not true. What happened to us was unlikely. In 60 years of Formula 1, it had never happened, a team which is signed up not making it. They hid things from us.”

By US F1 team creators Ken Anderson and Peter Windsor having remained normally quiet over the failure to race and the driver’s resulting feelings, López is not giving up on his F1 dream. My idea is to go on, not just lay my head down, the 28-year-old continued. Everyone knows has what happened. We’re going to go on, even though we have no firm project.”Of course it’s not the same anymore – there have been many falls and I don’t know how long my family and I can cope with it. Testing would now be the easiest thing because racing in F1 is almost not possible for me this year. I’ll have to be making decisions at some point soon.

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