To Adrian Sutil the grid in Spain 2009: “When you get up in the morning, how do you prepare for the race knowing that you haven’t got any chance of scoring points?” (As it happened, Sutil crashed at the first corner!)
Canada 2008 (to Bernie): “There’s some pikeys down there at Turn 10.”
And sometime in 1998:
Murray Walker: Some people are debating whether or not Ricardo Rosset is Formula 1 quality.
The German GP in 2000 when the guy came onto the track was funny, on one side you had Murray getting excited (“Ding dong! Are we going to have a race now!”) and on the other side some classic Martin Brundle dry sarkiness (Something along the lines of “He’s obviously had a few too many beers or hit his head on something, ’cause he’s not being very sensible at all.”)