Bruno Senna Movie Score: four / five
The Formula One star Bruno Senna did not have a very satisfying race at the Formula E championship in which he is currently participating. After being overlooked by the Williams team, Bruno Senna signed a deal with Mahindra. The latest race in China did not prove to be a very good one for him as he failed to gather any points for his team. Karun Chandok, the Indian driver in his team managed to finish at the fifth position gaining some crucial points. But Senna had some unfortunate troubles with the battery of his car. He had to retire early as he was unable to control his car. The team Principal Dilbagh Gill said that they had a mixed feeling about the race. Although Karun Chandok did his best but Senna was riding some bad luck. He hopes to come back strong in Malaysia with a much improved performance. The Indian fans will be looking forward to his success.
Bruno Senna is the relative of former Formula One star Ayrton Senna who was an incredible talent but lost his life on the race course due to a terrible accident in the early nineties. The latest crash of Jules Bianchi brought back his memories once again. Although Bianchi is in a critical condition but he is considered to be stable. When Bruno was asked about the safety issues in racing he said that some permanent and important measures must be taken to ensure the safety of the drivers otherwise it is going to be a very difficult. In order to avoid the accidents like Ayrton Senna a lot of precautions were taken which has prevented any more deaths on the track. But it is not yet full proof. The Suzuka circuit which proved to be a menace due to wet condition was witness to a terrible incident.
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Timo Glock is a German race car driver who is currently employed as a factor driver for the German BMW.
However, the German is most well-known for his almost decade long stint in Formula One, with some of the biggest teams in the sport, such as the Jordan F1 Team, Virgin Racing, Toyota and Marussia F1.
His first taste of Formula One came when he was given the chance to stand in for Giorgio Pantano, who was having a contract dispute with Jordan at that time and riding the car for the first time in the 2004 canadian Grand Prix, Glock became one of only a handful of drivers in the history of the sport to score a Formula One Drivers’ Championship point in his first ever race.
After just three races with Jordan, Glock left the sport hoever, and in 2005, he shifted to the United States of America to race in the Champ Car World Series. Spending the 2006-07 seasons with GP2, Timo Glock returned to Formula One when he signed for Toyota F1, replacing the outgoing Ralf Schumacher.
His stint with the team was his most successful and consistent in Formula One but after Toyota pulled out of the sport in 2009, it appeared that his career was finished. However, the newly formed Manor Grand Prix quickly announced his signing and when the team became Virgin Racing after an investment scheme by Sir Richard Branson, Glock was named as the team’s principal driver.
After Marussia bought the rights of the team overall, Timo Glock raced for one more season with them but left in 2013 with two more years still left to run on his contract. Although no official reason was given for his departure, it is believed the Russian owners’ wish to have a Russian driver forced him to quit.