F1 » F1 2010 POLL: Vote for the Villain of Valencia!

Mark Webber, Heikki Kovalainen, Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso, Ferrari, FIA race stewards, the phantom bottle-thrower - all could potentially lay claim to being the real Villain of Valencia, but who fits the role best..?

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decko - Unregistered

June 30, 2010 8:18 PM

Freddy I agree with you, the bottle thrower was a complete ar$ehead, MW and HK now that racing could cost them their life, whilst the bottle thrower could have committed murder by his actions, that Marshall who collected the bottle was also a tool, the SC should have been deployed again to allow the bottle to be collected safer, there was also other crap on the circuit.
Bernie should scrap Valencia because of this.


June 30, 2010 8:30 PM

Definitely the Ferrari team bosses - they were not in any of the cars, so they had no reason not to try to cool the situation down and approach it professionally. But they took the opportunity to try to bully everyone with their moaning. Even the bottle thrower was more honest.

empower - Unregistered

June 30, 2010 8:48 PM

i dont like alonso but he was not a villain a cry baby yes. why arent the the 9 other drivers which did something wrong a choice. some would probably what kobayashi as a villain. atleast lh's pentatly was not delayed until after the race. they all should of had a drive through. if i was alonso i would be more p1ssed with the penataly awarded to the other 9. the strewards where the villians for not picking up vettel and allowing the other 9 drivers not to get a drive though, there was no longer delay then was taken with webber earlier on in the season. no one moaded.instead of looking at the negative look to who was the hero. My vote goes to KOBAYASHI SAN,& MARSHALL WHO RAN LIKE THE WIND LOL

Makaveli Lives - Unregistered

June 30, 2010 8:53 PM

doesn't it show the mentality of some of the people on this site, a d1ck who endangers the life of others by throwing things on a race track where cars are traveling at speeds in excess of 300 kph IS LESS of a villain than a driver making a mistake and crossing a white line a fraction of a second before a safety car!

apparently human life is worth not a lot in their minds, how very sad.

s - Unregistered

June 30, 2010 9:07 PM

Has everybody forgotten Alonso got away with cheating at Monaco ? He passed someone under a yellow, nobody spotted it, no other drivers spent the afternoon radioing their teams demanding they stop all other work and pursue the culprit.

Now, have a think about some of the drivel posted in his defence.

The desperation of the little man and his followers to try and spin things around their way is sad.

Alonsos utter failure to condemn the cretin who threw the bottle is despicable, let alone his justification. His fragile psyche cannot handle being beaten by the better man, how many more years can he take before he storms off in a huff.

Santander who pay for his seat should be bust soon. :)

Nanbawan - Unregistered

June 30, 2010 11:21 PM

"Just seen the poll results, so LH is the second biggest villain for passing the safety car?? Worse than the bottle thrower??"

What about Alonso being first for endangering lives by speaking...yeah ! :rolleyes:

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