F1 » 'Surprised' Alonso summoned to appear before WMSC


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rob01

September 20, 2009 1:56 PM

Take some advice from Lewis, Fernando.. You better tell the truth. But good that he is surprised. Smartest driver on the grid and he is surprised. He never ceases to amaze me.

Wade - Unregistered

September 20, 2009 1:59 PM

Piquet Jr already said in the beginning of this that Alonso wasn't in on it. Now Piquet Sr thinks he knows? Get lost Piquet. Stop trying to take out everyone that has had contact with your son in the Renault team.

that guy - Unregistered

September 20, 2009 2:10 PM

Alonso should stop saying nice things about Piquet Jr. Not worth it. Instead just call Sr a total PIA - always lingering in the pits checking the oil level in Jr's car. :)

shaun - Unregistered

September 20, 2009 2:24 PM

The sad truth is that Piquet Jr was not as good as his dad. But he was also never given a real chance in a good car...so we will never know. Now Piquet Snr wants to take out anyone who may have caused his son to be dropped. Remember when Piquet Snr was banned from attending races? He should have left his son alone so he could make his own career and choices in the sport.

Alan D - Unregistered

September 20, 2009 2:29 PM

It isn't at all surprising that FIA should want to ask Alonso questions. In a full investigation it would be absurd to leave out the drivers. The problem is with people who assume this means the FIA thinks he must be guilty of something, reasoning that if he was innocent then they wouldn't bother calling him to the hearing.

And before whoever it is says it, yes I agree calling Renault "The Regie" every time is poor journalism and just plain irritating. Its the sort of thing amateur journalists do to try to impress the reader with their intimate knowledge of the sport, but when they get it wrong and use it every time then they impress no-one.

Smiling Assassin - Unregistered

September 20, 2009 2:32 PM

They wont be asking the slimy worm the "right questions" as quessed at in the article.
Only ones regarding conflicts of interest due to Briatore being his manager.
Just pathetic,theres no way in hell Alonso wasnt in on the fix.

unimpressed - Unregistered

September 20, 2009 2:45 PM

None of the guilty parts will be punished at all: Briatore, Symmonds, Piquet and Alonso. Which is a total shame and further brings F1 into disrepute. The general mood going around the paddock is that anything goes, since you'll get away with it.

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