Listen: Reynaud, Ricardo And Kimmy Reichen discussed on Shift+F1
"He came seven last year, though. What he was lying. He was very consistent. There were only I think three races that he finished the race in that. He did not score points. He had seven retirement. So quite a lot. So hopefully, Bose's them we'll be hoping some a car that is able to finish races this year. And I think both of them got, you know, the sort of consistency that allow ran to to you know, maybe jump a spot or two in the constructors this year. I mean, that's the gloss on Reynaud. Right. It all comes down to consistency. All those retirements that that Ricardo had last year. He was driving a red bowl. It was powered by Reynaud. It was the engine kept failing the Reynaud has a slightly better reputation for their engines performing in their own car, but they've still have reliability issues. So once again Reynaud is a team that I think we've all been kind of waiting to see them make that jump into the league tear the way that you expect a constructor a manufacturer car to to to make that jump. They haven't gotten there yet this year. They've invested the driving talent. Maybe maybe they've gotten there with the engineering side. Let's go to one of our newer names. I guess Hello. It's an old name as well Romeo racing. They have an elder statesman on a young book on their dacas Kimmy Reichen who I think a lot of people were sort of expecting him to retire last year. So it feels like a bonus at that. He's around again he came third last year. A large part of that was winning in America gave him a bunch of points. He"