F1 » Alonso: Glass bottle on the track showed fans' 'disgust'

Double F1 World Champion Fernando Alonso has claimed that the dangerous situation that developed in Valencia - with a glass bottle in the middle of the track for several laps during the 2010 European Grand Prix - demonstrated fans' 'disgust' at his ill-treatment by FIA stewards

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race fan - Unregistered

June 29, 2010 12:30 PM

No, it merely shows that some spanish people are idiots. I live here in Spain and a great deal of the locals are wonderful, afable, amicable, courteous, friendly people. Sadly, a small but very vocal minority is nothing more than chauvinistic, uneducated, racist, xenophobic scum.

Cubikrube - Unregistered

June 29, 2010 12:31 PM

What he means to say is 70,000 people came to see him win. Whether or not Lewis was penalised he still wouldn't have won.

He says on one hand it is understandable and then says it shouldn't have happened. What a load of tosh.

When it happened in the USA i could understand it, people paid good money only to see the vast majority of the teams not race due to dodgy Michelins.

This wasn't understandable at all and he should be keeping his mouth shut about it. What a tool

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