F1 » Red Bull still favourite, urges Korean winner Alonso

Notwithstanding his new position atop the points table following his superb Korean Grand Prix triumph, Ferrari star Fernando Alonso is adamant he is still not the F1 2010 title favourite

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JP - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 3:53 PM

Hmm.... interesting how nicely Ferrari has bounced back after such as disasterous season start. I find that Very interesting...

You know, after this race I feel like F1 is almost like all that silly WWE wrestling: a pre-arranged show.

I actually hope I'm totally wrong and just being paranoid... But it seems that Ferrari and Alonso will just HAVE TO take the championship, no matter what happens.

JP - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 4:02 PM

Hey, I DID say "I hope I'm wrong about this and just being paranoid".
But, it still seems strange to me that FIA's favorite team / driver is the strongest world champion candidate now...

unreal - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 4:13 PM

What I find incredulous is that one of the Red Bulls is lying 4th in the table...despite that supercar. Fourth! Can it all be down to bad luck?

Adrian Newey must be wondering what he has to do to win another F1 title again after so long! Anyway, it's still all to play for...

Idiot - Unregistered

October 24, 2010 4:16 PM

Is that the same Ferrari assisting FIA we had in 2009 and 2008? Give it a rest! Remember RBR and Macca also turned their car around towards the end of last year?

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