F1 » Alonso: Nothing has changed

Fernando Alonso says he hasn't let the reaction to what happened in Germany get to him and says there is no number one driver at Ferrari

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fish fingers - Unregistered

July 30, 2010 3:04 PM

Cd someone explain to me who will be in charge at this meeting in september(when they decide if further action needs to be taken) is it ultimately Todt as fia pres. or is Max still head of the senate etc

MichaelE - Unregistered

July 30, 2010 4:03 PM

I'm sure u would like to think that, Fernando! You're a fool! You're right nothing has changed in my mind! I still dislike u now, like I did yesterday! and maybe even more! I'm just glad people are finally seeing u for what u really are! You're nothing but a liar, a fraud, and a con-man! Keep up the good work!


alonso is a whinger - Unregistered

July 30, 2010 4:13 PM

i was watching a bit of the practice earlier(when it was working on the crappy red button) and i have been watching f1 for years and i think it is time to leave hungary, i see another boring race coming up, i think race tracks should be designed 3 times as wide with longer straights ala shanghai with at least 2 sharp hairpins and 3 min laps :p


July 30, 2010 4:25 PM

The report said Alonso, who was later heard on the radio to say the situation was "ridiculous," began to complain to the Ferrari pitwall about Massa's pace shortly after his pit stop.

The team replied that it could do nothing, so Spaniard Alonso, who turned 29 on Thursday, dropped back nearly four seconds.

His engineer Andrea Stella told Alonso he was worried about the growing gap, to which Alonso reportedly replied: "No problem, I will close up."

FA proved to the team that Massa was too SLOW. All this talk of Alonso crying is wrong.

douggren - Unregistered

July 30, 2010 4:38 PM

Allonhisown believes the hype, that he is top dog, true he is a dog, but not top one, just a mutt. Until he went to McLaren he had never had a team mate to test him, now at Ferrari he has one who is faster than him so he resorts to petulence and as de Motomouth pays him huge amounts of cash, gives in instantly. Smedley did a good job in making it obvious that Massa was getting an order from the top man, move over or else. The FIA should not only take the win from Senor Jerk but also hand him a three race ban.

Nanbawan - Unregistered

July 30, 2010 4:55 PM

Whilst I'm no fan of what happened in Germany or maybe the way it happened but a lot of comments here are a bit over the top. Interwebz fanboy haters venting I guess...Which usually says a bit more about those who type than the subject of their rant.

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