F1 » Alonso: Ferrari will have best car in two or three races time

Fernando Alonso remains bullish and confident about his chances in F1 2010 despite failing to finish the Malaysian Grand Prix after his Ferrari engine let go.

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justMe - Unregistered

April 06, 2010 2:32 PM

if i'm not mistaken, Ferrari blew already 1 engine for FM, 2 for FA, and 2 for Sauber right? so FA has 5 engines left , FM 6....for 17 races...lets see what happens.


April 06, 2010 2:51 PM
Last Edited 2139 days ago

Monaco is a fun track to watch, but comming from way back to finish in points is rare as froghair. Saw Shooey do it once from last on the grid, but with more cars this season-good luck to back starters. Remember, FA is usually fast there. And Monaco tells us nothing as far as how fast a certian car or driver is. It is the only norrow, twisty slow track they see all season. Back to work. See ya...

Calvin _

April 06, 2010 5:28 PM


His toys were firmly inside the pram because he was leading the WDC. Now that FM has taken over, we may see a different FA. But it's early in the season, so he may keep it in check.

JustMe - Unregistered

April 06, 2010 5:54 PM

@ Hairpin
Duh, what was i thinking... thanks for rectifying that mistake.
that would be 6 left for FA, and 7 for FM...
but hence, my point was that Ferrari are the ones who have the biggest issues with their engines today...but have good aero.
McLaren and RBR have also both very good cars....so lets's see what happens down the line...


April 06, 2010 6:55 PM
Last Edited 2139 days ago

Came in after my second wood cut-ing and cannot beileve the attacks on my condition. You all are asseuming I am a longgone or you are kidding yourselves. Alonso will come back, just a matter of time, that's all. Time for a beer now, so adios for awhile anyway. And Monaco is not the place to test car's speed, period. Handleing, brakeing, acceration are it there and you fellows/gals know it. Qually's are probably more important there than at any other course on the circut.Enough said..And Comadore-------

Al - Unregistered

April 06, 2010 7:42 PM

That is a bold statement from someone who Vettel outdrove in every race this season.Hamillton is getting there as well,so in reality it will be much harder for alonso in coming races.What excuse will he have at the end of season for not winning wc.

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