F1 » Alonso: 'Aggressive' Ferrari needs more podiums


Whilst admitting that he was happy to have benefitted from his rivals' misfortune to finish second in front of his adoring home fans in the Spanish GP, Fernando Alonso is adamant that podiums must become the norm and not the exception if he is to successfully battle for a third world championship crown in F1 2010

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Barry Wilkinson

May 10, 2010 5:33 PM

just about all the gate scandals he has been involved with it somewhere down the line im sorry but mud sticks as far as im concerned theres no way hes innocent of everything that went on and it will all come out in the end. Slimmy gi*

sixtenths - Unregistered

May 10, 2010 6:13 PM

Unlikely though you Horse Faced Cheat !

RBR and McLaren are ahead and the Merc is breathing down your neck, 2010 does not look to be a good one for FA I am happy to say.

20 or 30% of the "fans" at Montmelo had left the circuit long before the end as they thought they had no podium to brag about. Santander may have bought off Kimi and paid for Horse Faced Cheat to have a fast car, but somehow it is not all going according to plan.

Karma !

Firestorm - Unregistered

May 10, 2010 6:22 PM

Alonso is doing what he can but Ferrari should become faster than what we saw in Spain. I am sure about that they will improve race by race and in the end of the championship they will be in the lead with Fernando. As usual McLaren will be the runner up, they are so pathethic.

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