“There was a lot of complaining from people that the British Grand Prix started behind the Safety Car at Silverstone. On that topic, all I would say is, anyone who had a complaint should have been in my car from the start of the race and seen it from my perspective.”
“You don’t like getting beaten but I think at the same time… if it’s just he was better on that day or he worked better with the engineers and he set the car up better, then you just have to take it on the chin and move forward.”
Michele Rahal began his career as a professional racing driver in the United States driving for top road racing teams. In 1988, Mr. Rahal retired from active driving and moved on to create motorsports insurance packages for teams, events, facilities and drivers.