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> The season will be difficult for Jos
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It will be difficult for him because Pedro this year (I hope)won't have the bad luck (in little details) that he had last season.
So, Jos will be permanently behind.
It's my opinion, sorry for my english {wink.gif}
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Well,the most important locates nor where Jos will be but how PDLR will performance.
Definitely I hope PDLR will do much better than Jos,but that doesn't mean I wish bad luck to Jos.I want to see a competitive Arrows team and as a result of that enjoy PDLR's great drive shows (I definitely trust he will make several "shows" on the track.)
I'd like to see close battles between both of them.That will be better for the team and that would encourage both drivers to do their best!!
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mensaje Dec 19 2000, 04:48 AM
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Hi Guillermo. As you say, what we want the most is to see a very competitive and reliable Arrows car next season. But I agree a bit with the title of this topic. Some days ago, I read a very interesting article about the possibility of Gaston Mazzacane being the second driver of the team instead of the test driver. And is Jos the one who is in danger of losing his place. Why? It's very easy. Two Arrows' major sponsors were thinking of pulling out (Orange and Eurobet) so Tom Walkingshaw could be, in some way, forced to sign the Argentinian. Jos P1 in the team wasn't very clear after all the good performances from Pedro last season, Jos is a driver who wants to get paid whilst Pedro is a paying one, and Pedro's personal sponsor also has a lot of commercial interests in the south american region so, if you think a bit about it, it makes a lot of sense that Jos could be replaced by Gaston. Also, the list that FIA owns with next season drivers is a provisional one, so it could be modified before the beginnig of the first race.

I would like to get some replies from dutch people and know their opinions. From my personal point of view I think that Jos and Pedro will be the driving pair next season, but Pedro and Gaston as the drivers is something that could not be discarded so easily.

See you and best regards!

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PD: Webmaster, it should be a great idea to translate all this web pages in order to make easier for foreign people their access to the English forum. Thank you!


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Hi everybody,

The bad luck-issue keeps coming up. A while ago I posted an analysis regarding the bad luck of both drivers here on this very same board. At that time up to the GP of Italy the situation was as follows:

Qualifying:

It showed that both drivers had 1 T-car run (because of driver errors)and 1 weather disadvantage.

Furthermore, Pedro had one traffic problem during qualifying. (1)

Jos had 2 mechanical problems, just before qualifying and 2 more during qualifying. (4)

Conclusion 1: Jos had more bad luck during qualifying (6-3)

About the races:

Pedro has had two relative trouble-free races, Jos had four.

Conclusion 2: Pedro had more bad luck during the races

That's pretty consistent with the statistics: Pedro being more succesful in qualifying, Jos in the races.
(I can post the complete analysis again if you like)

By the way, I think both drivers are quite evenly matched, so they will push each other to perform even better. Pedro being the smoother driver, Jos the more opportunistic driver. Pedro should take care though because Jos has been practising left foot braking (for the first time), which could take back the couple of tenths advantage Pedro already had in the past season during qualifying. I'm quite certain that Pedro and Jos will be the pair driving the Arrows next season.

Good luck to Pedro and see you around,

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Hi Kevlar, good analysis, i like.
It's objective, so i like...
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Kevlar has been always one of the most peaceful and nice guys from Holland.

Wellcome again Kevlar!

I agree with you. Both drivers are very good, and they push each other to get better results and chronos. This is good if this competition is always inside sane and friendly limits.

But, obviously, even thinking than Jos is a very good driver, I will always think that Pedro is better than Jos ... .. As you will think than Jos is better than Pedro (which is not true ... )

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