He was starting to notch up some decent form as well (Monaco aside)
I hope that isn't the end of his season and he can regroup and come back later in the year or for the start of next season as he's definitely one of the top 2 or 3 French guys looking to break into F1 IMO.
On Timo, I think that he'll probably start to find his feet a bit more there. My hunch is that the team is better organised and knowledgeable on set up. Plus he was in danger of losing the reputation he'd established as the Jordan super sub.
'Rait then Bill, back to the big bad world of bent bog rolls.'
Apparantly now it's because he was also injured in Monaco
"I didn't feel anything immediately after the accident but I felt the pain later that evening, " Gommendy told Eurosport. "The next morning, when I was driving back to Paris, I couldn't move my head. A scan showed two compressed vertebrae and a muscle spasm.