Senna Wants Driving Standards Improvement
Bruno Senna, who drives for the Hispania Racing Team says he wants driving standards in Formula One to improve, especially around the back of the grid where he currently is.
Senna, who is the nephew of the late Ayrton, was infuriated by Timo Glock’s chopping sides of the track at Valencia which caused the Brazilian to lose his front wing. Glock, who races for Virgin, was later penalised for ignoring blue flags.
“It is happening a lot this year where drivers who are overtaking other drivers are just chopping in front too many times,” Senna told Reuters.
“With the front wing sizes we have, everybody is losing front wings. The amount of front wings that are being damaged or lost, and punctures on the rear tyres, is ridiculous.
“Even if you are not competing for position, sometimes they just chop in front of you.”
When asked if the issue should be raised with the stewards, Senna replied: “I think it’s maybe a good idea. We need to see what can be done.”