F1 » Alonso: Losing hurts, but doesn't erase the positives

He might have been left with 'a bitter taste' in the mouth after missing out on a third F1 drivers' title in Abu Dhabi last weekend, but Fernando Alonso insists the end result does not detract from a 'wonderful' year with Ferrari

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November 18, 2010 11:17 PM

Eddie you've got to do something about that chocolate moustache...maybe swap positions with Richard....lol

Posted by Richard and Eddie sitting in a tree - Unregistered (1 hour 22 minutes ago)

Chocolate moustache?

And your constructive input is what exactly?

Alan D - Unregistered

November 18, 2010 11:20 PM

Blah: "@Alan...u dont like alonso too much do u? :P"

I've never met Mr Alonso, I don't know him, so I neither like nor dislike him but I respect his driving and his desire to win. All top sportsmen must have a huge amount of self-belief which often comes across as arrogance, especially under the microscope of TV and the internet. When they say something it gets recorded, edited, rebroadcast out of context, analysed over and over as if its a politician making a planned speech. Over the last few years it seems to have got worse. Not just their words either. Remember all the flack Kimi got because someone had photographed him in a night club enjoying himself? I'd like the drivers to stay human, rough edges and all.

blah - Unregistered

November 19, 2010 10:32 AM

@Alan- So which driver do u support?...if u do support anyone that is...

And in the beginning of this year, wasnt Alonso voted the best driver by all the other drivers?

And is there any denying that the Brits dont like Alonso? :) The majority atleast...

talk some sense - Unregistered

November 19, 2010 12:11 PM

donttalkshite, don't worry there are many that share your opinion, inside and outside F1. richard can get people suspended all he likes, but it's the truth.

Quote richard:
"thats a very authorative statement, and far from the truth. you have nothing to substantiate such a silly statement, and currently it has been proven that vettel "is the best in the world"

You've just done exactly what you accused Jense of doing. Besides which, you've got to be joking with such a simplistic statement! All your Vettel fanboyism aside, you don't really believe that statement you wrote, do you?


November 19, 2010 1:16 PM

dont talk. why on earth would i have you suspended? if you are abusive, then i would report abuse, and then what crash decides to do, is their perogative!

talk some. perhaps you didnt read my comment properly. ususlly the best in the world is recognised by winning the wdc. unfortunatly alons didnt win the title, vettel did.. and anyway the best driver in the world need not be an f1 driver. i would tend to favour someone like loeb, who can compete successfully in various disciplines. and look at the castrol rankings. 1 vettel, 2 webber, 3 loeb..... see what i mean

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