Seeing how the computer controls the revs making it virtually impossible to over-rev the engine and the computer controls the shifts, obviously the driver is to blame for a blown engine.
Why doesn't Heidfeld have the same problems? Steven
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He has. Plus, he has wrecked out of more races and therefore has had fewer chances to blow up engines.
You might say the same thing of Jenson Button, and a lot of other drivers who end up having more than their fair share of engine failures.
Your assurtion that it is JV's fault and he should be let go because of it is just absurd. If you don't like JV or think that other drivers would do better in his seat, fine. That is your oppinion, and probably a pretty justifiable one. But to base it on engine failures is just a tad off the mark.