F1 » Alonso: Title no longer in our hands (but we'll keep working)

Fernando Alonso has all but conceded the 2011 F1 world title to Sebastian Vettel, but insists that that won't mean Ferrari gives up on its 2011 campaign.

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Rob01 - Unregistered

June 27, 2011 2:37 PM

Ferrari getting help late. First from Charlie and now Red is begging Pirelli not to bring the hard tire to Silverstone. Let's see if they get their way.


June 27, 2011 2:41 PM

I understand Fernando's comments about being significantly slower than Red Bull in qualifying pace. However, in terms of race pace the Ferrari appears very close to Red Bull. It is certainly not eight tenths of a second slower per lap. If that were the gap between Vettel and Alonso in Valencia, then Alonso would have been more like 42 seconds behind at the end. Given Vettel had a clear track until he started lapping the back markers and Alonso was losing time fighting it out with Webber, Alonso was surprisingly close to Vettel at the end.

Rob01 - Unregistered

June 27, 2011 5:25 PM

Sunny's love affair with Lewis continues. It won't matter if others bump each other or say things that don't seem positive. Only Lewis matters in Sunny's eyes. Getting as bad as Honestly.

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