F1 » Alonso focused on points


Fernando Alonso insists he won't take risks after qualifying third on the grid for the Australian Grand Prix

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JMD - Unregistered

March 27, 2010 9:36 PM

Good luck to Massa I say. I like him and think he's a great driver. He has humbled several champions and i think in all honesty he should of been wdc in 2008.

'Going for points' is funny tho. That means the Red bulls are faster but he'll still have one of them at least.






Sandman - Unregistered

March 28, 2010 2:12 AM

Alonso, in just a few words, describes what is wrong with F1:

"Of course I want to fight for the win but it is not worth taking risks as it is too important to bring home points."

Do you think Valentino Rossi would say this in the second race of the year?

California Kid - Unregistered

March 28, 2010 2:34 AM

Sandman--

Very true, however in modern F1, the aero wake of the car in front of you, KILLS the aero of your own car and overheats the engine.

But what you said was what came to my mind when I read that minus the Vale part tho.

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