Mike Gascoyne, technical chief at Spyker, is unhappy with his rookie driver Adrian Sutil after he crashed out of the Canadian Grand Prix. Sutil has shown fantastic pace, often beating his more experienced team mate Christijan Albers, but Gascoyne believes that the rookie is making too many mistakes. Sutil retired from Montreal after he hit a wall at Turn 8.
“Adrian, once again, went off on his own accord,” Gascoyne explained. “He really has to stop making this kind of mistake now if he wants to compete at this level.”
Colin Kolles, team principal of Spyker, said, “We cannot let this situation happen again.”