F1 » Ferrari: Alonso Monza announcement just 'speculation'


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Taz - Unregistered

July 01, 2009 11:32 AM

Raikkonen's interview with Martin Brundle at Schumacher's last race in Brazil was priceless....I was taking a sh1t :p

He hasn't really done much this year though and hardly looks like a man fighting for his seat...I suspect he may be willing to be bought out of his contract and head back to Finlald to do the occasional ice race & rally and get pissed on his boat.

Sounds like a plan :)

2Pac - Unregistered

July 01, 2009 11:35 AM

Maybe Kimi's excursion into WRC is more permanent than we thought.

If Alonso does go to Ferrari I think Massa can forget any ambitions of winning the WDC. Alonso will expect preferential treatment wherever he goes (and we've seen what happens when he doesn't get it) so Massa could be looking for another seat very soon.

andrewm

July 01, 2009 11:42 AM
Last Edited 1847 days ago

Alonso at Ferrari? Can't see it happening. Briatore has already lost one wunderkid to the reds. Can't see him making the same mistake twice.

If he is the number 2 driver and is put in his place very early on with Massa being the number 1 driver then it would be good but it won't happen.

Racefan - Unregistered

July 01, 2009 11:52 AM

Don't know about Alonso but I've heard within the finance industry that Santander are moving their sponsorship to Ferrari for next year so one part of the story is very credible.

And really, what are Renault doing to give any optimism for their future. Either them as a company or Briatore would drop F1 like a hot coal if it suited them, Briatore especially as his attempted coupe didn't really work out as he wanted.

I also think Alonso at Ferrari would be awesome and possibly salvation for both of them.

dovi4 - Unregistered

July 01, 2009 12:23 PM

I've heard the same story from inside Santander about 6 months ago. It's a 100% done deal that they will sponsor Ferrari in 2010 and Alonso will be one of the drivers.

max plank - Unregistered

July 01, 2009 1:05 PM

piercarlo....

sorry to be petty....but it wasnt dump...it was in fact sh1t.

i was gonna put the link to youtube but this stupid site wont accept the characters. but search youtube with *kimi raikonen sh1t* and youll find it.

As for alonso to ferrari...unless they get rid of massa i cant see it happening and why would they dump massa? it would be interesting though.

the Lawman - Unregistered

July 01, 2009 1:20 PM

If Ferrari want to win, they are going to need someone who can develop the car on the race track. Their driver lineup at the moment are not capable of that. Fernando is, he is expert at set up and developing a race car. A sponsor the size of Santander will want to be at the front of the field for their money. Briatore wont hold Fernando, i mean, who wants to race Hamilton for 15th positon on a Sunday afternoon at Silverstone. If Alonso goes to Ferrari, it may take a seasn to crank the car up to pole but no one will get in is way for the next four years...Hamilton fans wll be crying i know...I wont be... :) :) :blush: :)the Lawman

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