F1 » 'Incredulous, bitter' Ferrari lament Valencia 'injustice'


Ferrari's upper hierarchy has re-iterated that it remains 'incredulous and bitter' about the 'injustice' suffered by Fernando Alonso in Valencia - arguing that the Spaniard was the innocent victim of 'a very serious and unacceptable event that creates dangerous precedents'

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Timmy - Unregistered

June 29, 2010 11:15 AM

Alonso and Ferrari need to get some perspective and quick. I can only imagine what morale is like in their factory, meanwhile the likes of McLaren and Red Bull are beavering away shaving precious tenths off their cars.

They are completely fixated on Hamilton and McLaren. They forget that if Hamilton had stayed behind the SC it would have made no difference to their own result.

spaghettieddie

June 29, 2010 11:16 AM
Last Edited 1491 days ago

I want to know what happened with you and Kobi? We all know what happened with Lewis and the safety car (and I happen to agree it sucks for you )but you need to get on with it and so does the team. How did you expect to win this race when towards the end you got passed by an underfunded team with a rookie driver? You did not have a chance of winning this race or even placing a podium finish is the way I see it. Maybe he passed you because you were crying and did not see him in your mirrors? Dont know. Quit your whining and get on with it. Life throws you curveballs, its how you handle them which shows what you are made of.

Deano - Unregistered

June 29, 2010 11:27 AM

What? A decision went against Ferrari? What were the stewards thinking?
Everyone knows it is written into their contract that such things won't happen!
If Ferrari put as much effort into their cars as they do into their complaints.....

Cubikrube - Unregistered

June 29, 2010 11:28 AM

Ok, initially could understand them having a whine, fair enough you got the sh1tty end of the stick, it happens sometimes, that is racing.
Now it's just a case of ffs suck it up and shut the f*** up as your whinging is starting to get on my nerves.
You should be concentrating on the next race rather than continuing to harp on about something you cannot change. I spose if you whine long enough then Todt/Bernie/Charlie will try and even things up by penalising someone for nought.
Surely, even fans of Ferrari can't like this whining? Although as someone has already said, they seem to be reverting to type which is a shame.

Robsy - Unregistered

June 29, 2010 11:34 AM

I don't get Alonso. He's paid millions to drive a Ferrari F1 car, and still he's not happy. The only time I've ever seen the man smile he was grimacing like he was trying to pass a nutty sh**.

Ferraris position wouldn't have improved if Hamilton hadn't passed the SC. They are now finding out what it felt like for everyone else in 2008 when a series of bizarre stewarding decisions all went Ferraris way.

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