Sauber is not impressed by his attitude.
I can understand why, but at the same time, Frijns is in a position where one false step could do serious damage to his career.
I don’t know how trustworthy Blick is
His rival Bianchi is showing what a big impression one can make with inferior material.
The difference is that Bianchi is in Formula 1. In GP2, all the cars are the same; a lot of a driver’s success comes down to the team he is in. I remember Nigel Melker talking about the attitude within Ocean last year: some of the mechanics would regularly disappear to have a coffee break when there was work to be done. Joining a team like that would only hurt Frijns’ chances.