- May 14, 2010
Perhaps. Of course, you were his doctor but it seems that you are assuming he would remain static in his development, whereas I think he'd have matured emotionally and physically and thereby become consistent.Dr. Maserati said:Actually I don't believe anyone has said that.
Many - including myself - will agree on his talent.
I remember following his progress closely at the time, but it was obvious that by the end of 1994 he was not consistent enough over 3 weeks (any 3 weeks).
You have a bad day in a 3 week GT your quest for overall glory is gone. In a clean/level environment he could have top 10s.