F1 » Piquet: Everyone at Renault knew of Singapore plot


'Everyone' at Renault F1 - Fernando Alonso included - was in on the 'Singapore-gate' F1 scandal, Nelson Piquet controversially claims

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Truefan 10 - Unregistered

October 16, 2009 8:34 PM

To give NP senior a chance to voice his tripe is like giving the taliban air time on TV to preach their poison. Who listens to this crap and what stupid reporter even bothers too speak to him, after the damage they have done to F1. Crash why are you resurecting this bull, apart from trying to discredit Fernando Alonso.. whats done is done.. the Williams BMW saga is more worthy.

mart - Unregistered

October 16, 2009 8:46 PM

N.P you must be desp for attention now you past it, as for Alonso i am pretty shore everybody is aware he new but he isnt going to own up is he. You have had your 15mins now get a life.

richard

October 16, 2009 8:52 PM

on another website, piquet snr is reported as saying that briatore deserved a life ban, but oddly did not say that his son also deserved a ban. he is a bitter person and is waging a vendetta aginst briatore, against renault and presumably eventually against formula 1.

LongFan - Unregistered

October 16, 2009 9:23 PM

@ JusticePlease, amen. It is a reason to hope AV wins over Todt. Todt will not be the slightest bit interested in getting to the bottom of the issue. I think many of the old guard, meaning Todt people, worry that Ari will pursue Singapore till all is out.

Boj - Unregistered

October 16, 2009 9:34 PM

This is the second time i will say this.."Big Red made a big mistake by taking on Alonso"

Hell I bet the whole paddock knows the score on what took place in Singapore...

The lies of silence can't cover things, as everyone knows time will reveal the truth..

Alonso will find himself in he same pickle as was his time with big Mac. Big Red has created the night mare of things to come, no friendship, no game man ship , no cooperation, its Ferrari's bed they have to lay in it and accept the out come.

Kimi is at the top tear of F1, close to the top as one can get, Ferrari pushed him away and wrap arms around Alonso (Mr.X)really, again - Big Red made a big mistake....Adios,

JOSE

Dan Kyle - Unregistered

October 16, 2009 9:46 PM

Why won't this little upstart leave well alone. He has shouted his whining mouth when he got the sack for being a poor driver, he hit a wall to save his short carear. When is he going to learn that his constant reference to how hard done to he is and how unfair it is will not make him anymore attractive to Formula One teams. I am sure that lots of wheeler dealing goes on, but if a team bent the truth to a get an advantage would he get daddy to go knocking on the door of the FIA? I doubt it, sour grapes? Yes. I am sure that if he filled in a job application and asked Renault for a reference the box that asks would you employ again would have red no in it.

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