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chete44 - Unregistered

October 13, 2009 6:26 PM

Im sure he will do his Best. Any other aproach would be highly unproffessional.
The only cheaters I recall are the ones who stole information from Ferrari. The same ones that prided themselves to be Honest and level in treatment a twice world champion to a newcomer.

rob01

October 13, 2009 6:44 PM

chete44... your beating a dead horse. No one on this board thinks that Alonso is above doing ANYTHING. As a matter of fact, if something happens at Ferrari the FIRST person to look at would be FA.

chete - Unregistered

October 13, 2009 7:36 PM

Alonso was indeed the luckiest man in Japan as he escaped unhurt from the crash of the man just ahead of him -Buemi- preventing him from improving his times. But he Merry went-actually-to BOXES confident with his 8th position noone could beat under yellow flag during whats left Q2.
- Then Unexpectedly both Brown riders and Kubica managed to improve under this same yellow flag.
- Definitely the 3 ones deserved the grid penalty they got.
- FA got the same penalty!? so he could -happily- share his feelings with them.

Alonso is a cheat - Unregistered

October 13, 2009 8:00 PM

@chete44
Fernandildo was so scared by Hamiltons pre season speed he cheated and tried to keep the Ferrari information to himself... do you not remember... ? The laughable 0.6 of a second he claimed to have "Brought to the team" was just desperate blackmail to try and get an advantage so he could actually beat Rookie Lewis in an equal car.

His Ferrari seat was expensively bought for him by his patriotic countrymen and the announcement had to be delayed due to yet another cheating scandal wafting around him.

Fernandildo indeed.

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