F1 » Alonso rains on McLaren parade as Perez auditions


Fernando Alonso recorded a welcome win for a beleaguered Ferrari squad, but the star of the Malaysian GP may have been his future team-mate...

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George - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 1:31 PM

Hamilton left out too long for both pit stops and brought in after Button despite being the leading car and the pit crew were sloppy on his pit stops..whats going on?

FIAD - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 1:41 PM

Don't tell me Perez was not ordered to NOT overtake Alonzo because he WAS. If he simulated the error or not Ferrari and Sauber should be punished for that teams orders between teams (wtf). Alonzo not happy with having his team-matte only receiving orders to let him win now has other teams ordering their drivers to let Alonzo win what a shame.

arcuid

March 25, 2012 1:42 PM

Errr Taipan easy there boy. Lewis said he can't complain with 3rd since both Sebs and Jense didn't score. He had a big smile on the podium as he dumped some champagne on Fernando so I guess he looked happy about it like you are happy winding up his fans deliberately.

why - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 1:42 PM

I think mclaren need the leaders change specialy Martin whitmarsh, who always support Button and sametimes wishes Button to win race and worldshampion, but he just dislike Hamilton what ever the reason

ronsgoldenboy

March 25, 2012 1:49 PM

How long will Lewis have to put up with this crappy pit crew if i was Ron i would try running an add in amongst the Kwik fit crew they surely would do a better job than what Lewis has now. Strange to see JB making a mistake in what is suppose to be his domain, the wet.

Perez would of had Alonso if not for that mistake he is the new boy on the block and i hope Sauba can keep in the mix, but tbh the Pirelli,s made this race a bit of a lottery

richard

March 25, 2012 1:51 PM

fiad. get real! you may love to create conspiracies, but why do you think that perez had his drs open, trying to pass alonso? and who in their right mind, even when second, would deliberately drive off the track and nearly into the gravel. sauber didnt want a risky move to ruin their chances of a points haul, so cautioning their driver was perfectly ok.

arcuid

March 25, 2012 1:56 PM

Have to agree with Richard. Perez had a number of fast laps and just went wide probably due to his tires. Had that not happened the Sauber driver could have given Alonso a run for his money. Best to take 2nd and they are well earned points.

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