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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Alan D - Unregistered

July 31, 2010 12:35 AM

Mark: "Massa is still behind Kubica and Rosberg"

That's a slightly unfair argument since he would have been ahead of Kubica and only two points behind Rosberg if he'd won the last race.


July 31, 2010 12:48 AM

EST, did it make you that sick when MacLaren did it in Turkey some weeks ago - and also in 2007 and 2008? If not, then you are being hypocritical.

If it did, then I don't recall you or others demonstrating this level of anger/hatred towards MacLaren.

racy - Unregistered

July 31, 2010 1:32 AM

And they never will lovef1, since they are bias towards anything ferrari regardless of driver or strategy imployed. The British feel they, and they only, should run and control F1 and its aspects period. Ferrari is a threat to that control so the hatred so represented on these posts. It is like their own Nascar in a way, regardless of the countries raced in or the enormous costs needed. The only thing 50 percent of Brit fans have against Mcl is Lewis Hamilton, this due to his skin color, not ability which he has plenty of. Guess life is tough there for any non-Brit or non-white, according to this forum anyway. Nite all


July 31, 2010 4:32 AM

i hear alonso as asked for all the blue flags to be replaced with the spanish flag so every one knows hes faster lol along with redbulls front wing looks like the 2 front rows will be full of cheats lol


July 31, 2010 8:24 AM

LoveF1.....I tell you what made me sick.

Ferrari ordering Barichello to move over for Schumi in Austria.
Alonso accepting the win after Renault ordered Piquet into the wall.

Thats what made me sick.

Lea Zyx - Unregistered

July 31, 2010 8:27 AM

I think there're too many comments sent by immature kids with nationalist self-confidence problem and I'm getting tired of it as it has nothing to do with F1.
Grow up ! And if you're in such a pain while watching a race, take an appointment by your ... GP ! :p

amir - Unregistered

July 31, 2010 9:31 AM

he's absolutely right...although I know most of you who read this are LH fans and won't accept that. will be so happy to see FA beats Mclaren this year!


July 31, 2010 12:11 PM

Jackbee, there can be NO DOUBT WHATSOEVER in anyone's mind that what happened between Schumi and Rubens was sickening and really placed our sport in a bad light. The team should have been punished severely for that, because it brought the sport into disrepute.

Re: the Piquet incident, what happens in a driver's mind when driving at 150 or 200 mph is harder to predict. To expect Alonso to say to Briatore while negotiating a track at speed: "Erm...I will NOT win this race, I will slow down and stop now because I don't like what you've done"..is easy to do after the event. If it is ever revealed that Alonso KNEW of Briatore's plans before the race, then he should be banned for LIFE!



July 31, 2010 12:39 PM

However, to address the issue of team orders (which is actively practised by ALL teams) and to place the blame for everything on Alonso's door is not only naive but unfair. Not only was it Domenicali's decision, (and a sensible one in my view), but the posters here totally ignore the fact that this rule is also broken by the other teams week in, week out!

This only confirms to me that they are not only singling out one team and one driver, but they are displaying a level of personal hatred bordering on the ridiculous!

And that is what makes ME sick!

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