F1 » Alonso: Red Bull still favourites, but they rarely live up to it


Double world champion Fernando Alonso has sought to heap the psychological pressure upon season-long pace-setters Red Bull Racing as the F1 2010 title chase approaches its most critical phase

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rbr46

October 14, 2010 2:23 PM

FA is in a very unique position because his team mate is prepared to play second fiddle to him where as rbr and mclaren have 2 drivers who still have a chance of winning. Quite a big advantage FA has... only if FM got his act together and could take points of rbr and mclaren.

Taz

October 14, 2010 3:02 PM

It's all mind games.

McLaren 1st, then Red Bull and now Ferrari this week.

Still think it's red bull's to lose, would be nice to see a new team and driver win the championship from purely a neutral stance. Think they'd put a lot into F1 and would be popular winners....especially Webber.

After Germany if Alonso wins the WDC it'll leave a bitter taste for many people.

mikee - Unregistered

October 14, 2010 3:18 PM

rbr46 & Taz
are you even whatching the races
Alonso does not need Massa and Germany I agree wished never happened, but takes nothing away from Alonso if we won it
the Red Bull drivers are only in front because the car is so damed good
Last year where was this brill ausi then
only now the car is soo good he is in with a big shout
Hami won in 2008 because he was racing Massa
Massa has been beaten by Alonso in same car
so this dispells how fast Hami is to Alonso
Hami is slower than him as is Button who won only cos the Brawn last year was so good
Even bypet dog could have won Monaco in the brawn
shame he cant drive




Taz

October 14, 2010 3:34 PM
Last Edited 1418 days ago

@mikee

Sigh.

I full acknowledge Alonso has been the far better driver at Ferrari this year, hence why he didn't need the teams help to get past and why Ferrari didn't have to disrespect the sport in such a blatant fashion.

Can't can't be bothered picking in your other highly amusing observations.

:rolleyes:

Glad I'm not supporting any particular drive this year or I'd end up making these blatant fan boy comments.....oh hang on, I'm not mentally challenged :p

Butterfly - Unregistered

October 14, 2010 4:30 PM

Regardless of which team/driver you're supporting, you cannot ignore the fact that:

1. RB6 is the best car.
2. Alonso is the best driver.

I'd be disappointed to see any other combination at the FIA award ceremony...

Nigel K

October 14, 2010 5:11 PM

There is only one problem facing Ferrari and Alonso. They are out of new engines for this season.
They have to come out with a reliable, retuned engine. Fernando will do the rest.
Massa is out of it, so please can we stop harping about drivers 1 or driver 2.

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