Canadian GP Sauber notes

Jean Alesi: What can I say? In thte past we had no rules, and drivers could zigzag and block and nothing was done. But now we have a Commission which watches us specifically, to see that what we do is corect. I don't know what happened to Trulli...

Jean Alesi: What can I say? In thte past we had no rules, and drivers could zigzag and block and nothing was done. But now we have a Commission which watches us specifically, to see that what we do is corect. I don't know what happened to Trulli before he hit me, and I don't particularly care, but every start it seems he does something like this. There are people whose job it is to judge drivers like this, and it is time that they give them some really heavy sentences.

Pedro Diniz: I made a great start and was 10th at the end of the first lap. Things went pretty well up until the safety car came out for the second time, but then I lost two places, to Ralf and Johnny, on the restart. I lost out when I tried to take advantage as Ralf went into the gravel momentarily. That was real shame, but after starting 18th, finishing sixth isn't so bad, especially after the weekend got off to a difficult start on Friday morning.

Peter Sauber: Pedro made an excellent start and drove a great race to score his first point for us. This was very important for him and for the team. Jean had high expectations today and felt very optimistic, but the accident with Trulli needs no further explanation. I hope that the FIA will punish him so hard that he will come to his senses for further races. Since Barcelona the team has produced a competitive car, and for this they have my compliments.

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Series Formula 1
Drivers Jean Alesi , Peter Sauber , Pedro Diniz
Teams Sauber