Former BMW Zyla drivers Lewis Ellington and Felix Beyer, have expressed their frustration of having been left without a drive for remainder of the season.
After BMW Zyla were excluded and permanently banned from the series after unsavory conduct, both Lewis Ellington and Felix Beyer have been left without a drive.
"I mean well, I finally got the chance to prove to the world what a top class driver I am. I won the race in Spain and should have won in Bahrain if not for a suspension failure. Its a shame though, I deserve to be in the series", said Lewis Ellington.
"My boss turned out to be a total nut case so was banned from the series, but I don't care about that; all I care about is that I no longer have a drive. So, I want to be in a competitive team next season, hopefully as their number one driver. I will win multiple championships, its my passion and my only aim; I expect nothing less. We will see what happens, but I'm frustrated to be sitting on the side lines watching lesser drivers such as Hoskins who is no where near his below average teammate", finished Ellington who seems to be still bitter about Franklin F1.
Dutchman Felix Beyer also expressed his disappointment.
"Sadly the team I was apart of was excluded from the championship, so obviously means I cant race unless I find another team. I am sad about, I wont deny that but this stuff happens. I'm just saddened to have been apart of it", said Felix Beyer.
"I believe I showed promise in the first five races for sure, but its up to the teams if they want me. My dream is to back on the grid by at least the start of next season, but if that isnt the case then that's just what it is; I think I have other options. We will see anyway.", finished Felix Beyer.