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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numiiiii - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 1:58 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.
Posted by FIAD - Unregistered

YES, He WAS. If you're the Sauber team Principal. LOL the way you think surely really pathetic you know , I agree with richard in this
Case.

Taipan

March 25, 2012 2:10 PM

FIAD Put your tin foil hat back on, muppet.

Arcuid, it's not Lulu that I'm laughing at it's the mad fanboys. Listen to them! Blame anyone, everyone, anything, It's not Lulu's fault!! hahaha oh yes it is. Fastest driver in the fastest car 15 seconds behind Alonso driving junk! ROFL

I can't wait for Spongy's next comical assessment of F1 to us "simpletons" hahahaha!

arcuid

March 25, 2012 2:23 PM
Last Edited 880 days ago

@Taipan The pit crew DID screw up. Sorry but the so called fan boys who you love winding up are right this time. The Rear end jack didn't slot in properly and that lost LH 2-3 secs? Didn't Sky show a reply footage cause I know Sky Sports here did show it. Just saying ok?

Team - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 2:24 PM

Button has integrated himself into the McLaren team and made sure to build around him the team he needs. They build a car around Button.McLaren and Martin whitmarsh play the game to make Hamilton look like a rubish and , so they let Hamilton car setup Friday and Saturday, the pre-qualifying, because Button will use Hamilton's race setup as a team and engineering changes and mess Hamilton's setup and poke it, so that Button can use Hamilton date and setup to win race, that's what happens Mclaren team.

Taipan

March 25, 2012 2:28 PM

Arcuid, yes 2 or 3 seconds lost by the pit problems, 12 seconds lost by the driver. But of course it's all the teams fault. Ha!

Jenson, I might be a plonker, but I'm a happy plonker right now! :)

richard

March 25, 2012 2:29 PM

team. sometimes i despair at some of the comments here, and yours takes the biscuit!
i am not a particular fan of mclaren, but to suggest that a team is deliberately sabotaging any of their highly paid drivers, is just plain stupid, and shows a total lack of knowledge of f1.

cknopp - Unregistered

March 25, 2012 2:40 PM

First thing first, SPECTACULAR RACE!

Huge congrats to Alonso, Perez and Hamilton for making the best of a messy race!

Who cares about the fanboi talk? The points speak for themselves. This is a team sport, and you win, or lose, as a team. Yes, McLarens weak link today was their pit stops, but blaming the pit crew is the same as blaming a driver. They all are there to win.

Great to see alot of underdogs in the points. We need these types of races to get the drama going.


Overall, I am looking forward to a cracking season, and at this point, I would say there there is no objectively determined favorite, and that is a great thing!

ronsgoldenboy

March 25, 2012 2:45 PM

@ Team

I can well understand your thoughts Lewis has suffered more than any other driver in F1 when it comes to teams making mistakes effecting a driver during a race, and anyone with a brain would start thinking that something sinister is going on at Mclaren.

But you will have the double standards amongst us who will accuse Mclaren of favouring in 07 but in 2011-12 its unthinkable.

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