F1 » Alonso: Red Bull were just perfect

Fernando Alonso: We tried to put the Red Bulls under a bit of pressure, but there was nothing to be done. Here they were perfect and when that happens they are really hard to beat. However, experience tells us that it is not always like this, or they would have already won the championship.

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racy - Unregistered

October 10, 2010 4:48 PM

FA did not whine at all and seemed in good spirits concidering he lost points today. And those R Bulls were great. If I were him I would be very concerned about Korea-new track, new surface and probably cool weather. I am thinking tire trouble for high downforce teams. SpeedTV is repeating the race today and will watch again exactly what Massa did at the start. Have a good day or evening everyone...

evil ken evel - Unregistered

October 10, 2010 5:28 PM


give up ...Webbers gonna win the championship...and hes done it the right ... not by making people pull over for him!

Webber will be the first WORTHY F1 champ in years!

not bad for a number 2 driver!


October 10, 2010 6:40 PM

Amazing drive by Vettel, Webber & Alonso... I really loved their body languages at podium..

Alonso like.. we knew Suzuk is RB track. I got third, bring on the next track! Just went back with his bottle right after the celeberations... He looked more determined up there..

Webber like.. enjoy your day Seby baby.. I still extended my lead... I will take care of you in the next race.. Playing dumb with his bottle..

Vettel like.. Oh.. hoooo... I got Suzuka!!! I am closer to Webber/Alonso.. like a kid, playing with Adrian Newey..

Racy - Unregistered

October 10, 2010 7:32 PM

I repeat, is not anyone worried about the new track in Korea? Heck, they were just laying tarmack recently. Pure green track with NO practice ahead of time. Afraid it might turn out to be a mess of a race, but hope not. And as far as Button goes, he has had over 10 years to develope as a F1 driver, balls or not. Except for Shooey and Rube he is the most experienced driver out there. Of course FA needs to win, otherwise he probably can kiss his chance of Champ goodbye. And knowing Tickle's tracks it might be a bore-fest. Again hope not. Back to football-adios amigos and have a pint on me, just send the bill...

SF Fan - Unregistered

October 11, 2010 9:01 AM

Fernando you did well enough at Suzuka, considering you were probably conserving your engine...Your team has potential to be up there with the RBR team, keep motivated and do the Tifosi proud! At least your old team rival is less in the standings!?

Nigel K

October 11, 2010 10:47 AM

The WDC is still open for anyone of the top 5 contenders arithmetically.
Hamilton with 28 points astray of the leader faces an impossible job seeing that there are only three races left, and Jenson is in a worse position having less points.

Vettel and Alonso have 14 points less than Mark, but it only needs one DNF for mark and he's blown it. Otherwise with three races to go, Mark can administer his points lead as he wishes all he's got to do is simply finishing in the points. I would say that unless he faces problems and he's DNF'ed or has a bad race or two, the WDC in already his (logically and all going well).

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