F1 » Alonso: No point getting angry


Fernando Alonso: It's true our target at the start of the year was to fight for the win right from the beginning and we have not managed that, but this will be a long season and all we can do is work on improving performance

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cratchet

March 17, 2012 5:55 PM

'No point in getting angry' well that's a refreshing change from mr angry himself, I dont think it'l last though!!! He was petulent enough with that young marshal that tried to help him from the car - ignorant git.

elijah

March 17, 2012 8:23 PM

Only the other day I was saying why is it Alonso keeps on defending the car. Well it looks like the penny has dropped. Alonso is now blaming the car.
Ferrari have designed a spinning top best suited to a funfair.

Alonso is a Clown - Unregistered

March 17, 2012 9:48 PM

Ferrari has gotten progressively worse since the arrival of Mr. "Six Tenths."

2010 it was a serious contender in a car Alonso had little hand in developing. With the held of team orders, Alonso was leading the championship going into the last race. Then he choked. Hard. He was painfully impotent in trying to pass rookie Petrov. After the race, Alonso angrily shook his fist at Petrov. I guess Alonso thought Petrov should have moved over, like Massa.

2011 was going to be Alonso's year as he got to develop the car to his liking, but Alonso failed. Miserably. In a repeat of 2010, Alonso managed to lose a championship position in the last race. This time finishing 4th.

It now looks like Alonso is well on his way to ensure an even worse result in 2012. Looking forward to a nice season, with lots of fist shaking from Mr. Six Tenths.

I hope Ferrari is really happy with the Six Tenths Alonso has brought to the team.

me - Unregistered

March 17, 2012 10:48 PM

now i get this is a british blog with ppl that hate ferrari and alonso just because they are not from uk but @Alonso is a Clown if you honestly think that a driver has anything to do with today's f1 car development then you are dead wrong. all they can do is tweak a little the car that was designed and constructed by a team of engineers, that's it. also don't blame on alonso Ferrari's incapability to hire competent ppl. since schumacher left that team there had decayed little by little and we all see the results, schumacher also needed 2 or 3 years there before ferrari became competitive and back then they could test all day long unlike now. and about the marshal if you watched the qualy as i did you could see alonso calling them to give him a push but no one lifted a finger and when he was already out of the car the guy get there now i have to ask you how would you feel in he's place?

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