Villeneuve wins BMW boost

There are 5 comments on the F1-live.com story from Jun 19, 2006, titled Villeneuve wins BMW boost. In it, F1-live.com reports that:

While his future beyond 2006 is still unclear, Jacques Villeneuve has won a vote of confidence from his team boss.

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John Trainor

Ottawa, Canada

#1 Jun 19, 2006
JV, has always been a strong driver. He should remain with BMW for the good of the team, and himself. Because together they can win world championships.
I would suggest to Dr. Mario that he better sign JV soon or Toyota, or someone else will!
The bosses back in the head office would be pretty upset to watch JV win a championship in a Toyota!
Mr D

Ottawa, Canada

#2 Sep 4, 2006
You will se DR Mario will get fired next year, another David Richard.
plm

Kamienna Góra, Poland

#3 Sep 11, 2006
JV was good, but 10 years ago. Now is Kubica's time :)
Max

AOL

#4 Sep 14, 2006
DR Mario would have already lost job if He delayd any longer puting Kubica in a team. Good for him ...:)
I hope Jacques will be back soon in Formula 1.
He alwayes was better than NH
Polish Proud
Eugene

San Francisco, CA

#5 Sep 23, 2006
Dr. Mario Theissen prooves what I have come to see happen in the last 5 years in F1. There is no honor.
Jacques outqualified Nick 8 to 5 and had more then 3 times the bad luck of either car braking down in a points scoring position or the bad luck of having to exchange engines which spoiled all of his chances.

Jacques Villeneuve will remain the truly great driver who surpassed Schumacher with overtakings such as Estoril 96 and Jerez 97,...

A real fighter in the grand tradition of Alesi, Hakkinen, Rosberg, Senna and Piquet.

In the last 3 years especially I got the feeling that old fart Mosley has become more and more senile and tries what he can to make formula 1 slower, why do that? Nobody wants to see traffic on race tracks. And I am sure that after all those years of constantly changing Qualyfying and race again and again and new regulation here and there instead of simply not fixing whats not broken, they will return to a mid 80's system of racing. True racing. Then we will see the likes of Nelson Piquet Jr. reign formula 1 as his father did before him.

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