F1 » Alonso admits a bad Monza would be 'a hard knock' for morale

Following the blow to his title hopes at Spa-Francorchamps, double F1 World Champion Fernando Alonso has confessed that should Monza next weekend go similarly badly for Ferrari, it may be difficult for the Scuderia to recover...

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rozza - Unregistered

September 02, 2010 1:38 PM

Yeah nath... you mean the way hammi buckled under the pressure of racing side by side with him on his debut year. Denying Alonso, a two-time world champion the prize, or the way he buckled when he won it outright the following year...

e - Unregistered

September 02, 2010 2:26 PM

yeah he was very good in his first year also had the team on his side saying that i remember silverstone07 alonso beat him by over a minute. he made loads of mistakes in his first year but the fia did all they could to gift him. he won the title last year by accident after glock gifted him the title once again he did all the hard work then bottled it at the end amking stupid mistakes, got to give it too him hes matured alot goinng to be a close end but know one can write off alonso after all him and vettal are the biggest tallent in f1 right now

Adolph Robinson

September 02, 2010 2:45 PM

I enjoy the years when he Alonso beat schumacher putting a stop to ferrai dominance. He is still one of the best, but ferrai did not give him a reliable and quick car this year. Lewis is talented very quick, one of the best also, however if Lewis had join Mclaren during the years when their car was fast but unreliable his name would not even been mentioned, he came into Mclaren at the perfect time. It really goes to show that two winning driver cannot work in the same team.

Nigel K

September 02, 2010 2:52 PM

It's been rather uphill for Fernando this season with Ferrari, having scored points in just ten out of thirteen races. Not a bad achievement overall, but not enough top positions to win the WDC.
Monza is going to be the deciding factor of who is going to win the Championship in the end.
If either Lewis or Mark Webber wins it, then the WDC is theirs (eventually). If the tide changes and Fernando wins it, the WDC will be taken to the wire for the last race at Abu Dhabi.

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