F1 » Rossi 'many steps closer to F1'

Alexander Rossi reflects on 2011 a year of 'hard work' and 'many new successes'

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Big Azza - Unregistered

December 30, 2011 12:42 PM

Well these headlines had my hopes picked up, and they came crashing down again when I opened up the article. I thought it was about the more famous Rossi - who is a legend in his own right when it comes to motorsports.

As a sidenote, interesting how this Rossi includes a couple of sentences about how well-sponsored he is. I think that was clever, sneaky way to perhaps ***** up the ears of the other teams interested in pay drivers...

Tommo - Unregistered

December 30, 2011 2:05 PM

agree with Telstar,we need some americans in the field to complete the true international flavours of F1 also given the Austin and NJ races in the next few years. thats said we shouldnt just give them a seat because F1 have a missing natrionality. however a US audience is definitely in F1s interests if not already. Go Rossi.


December 31, 2011 6:01 AM

I opened this article expecting it to be about Mr Valentino Rossi! I'm half glad it isn't because I want him to stay in MotoGP and prove his doubters wrong and pick up another championship but seeing him in Formula 1 would bring in a whole new type of fan base. Maybe this Rossi will be as great as his name sake in bike racing.

Tom - Unregistered

December 31, 2011 8:02 AM

There is only one Rossi, it's Rossi. If this is another Rossi, then please write Alexander or whoever Rossi not to give us fake hopes....!

Nanbawan - Unregistered

December 31, 2011 1:53 PM

I think it might be good news for Alexander that Caterham F1 keeps the same line up in 2012, if he has a good GP2 season he might end up having a very nice cookie...


December 31, 2011 4:19 PM

awhhh, come on. nobody who is a fan of f1 would have considered that this article was about v rossi! val will never be in f1, but he could well go to wrc.

most true fans would know that the article would be about the only rossi with a slight chance of entering f1. and as for the poster who says an american is needed in f1 to give it an international flavour....why? it is already international, and the racing is about WHO is the best driver. nothing at all as to where a driver comes from.

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