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From “Bad”oer to Worse: Is This Where the Story Ends for Luca Badoer?

In one of the initial practice sessions for the European Grand Prix in Valencia last week a watching spectator commented on the unfortunate abbreviation used to represent Luca Badoer. His name was shortened to "Bad," and so it became a running joke that his name somewhat represented his perceived lacklustre display of on track action. His performance in Spa was so far removed from his teammate Kimi Raikkonen’s shining victory it will be considered an embarrassment, further adding to his record of being statistically the worst Formula One driver of all time. As a result it now means that a decision for Ferrari to keep him in the seat for the Italian Grand Prix would seem rather dumbfounded. His only chance of a points finish based on h...

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