F1 » Alonso not optimistic for Bahrain


Fernando Alonso admits that next weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix could be the worst yet for the struggling Ferrari team.

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chris - Unregistered

April 16, 2012 10:49 AM

gee! alonso is trying to drive that car with plenty of caution in chinese GP..its the not the 1st time..but its true they ferrari is still stratching their heads over the strange F2012 car racing behaviour..i think they built the car for fast striaght line speeds..but not in traffic..ferrari got to FIX this slow speed matter and fast!..they are fast in stright line track like spa or italian Gp which they will always use a new engine!..

ronsgoldenboy

April 16, 2012 11:37 AM

blzbub, Ron must of watched the movie and saw how successful the Eddie Murphy experiment was. Only Ron could use a movie to create the 2008 wdc.

Anyway hope Pat Fry and Alonso can get Ferrari back where they belong, F1 needs a competitive Ferrari.

Taipan

April 16, 2012 11:54 AM

Ron, That would have been good, shame that Dennis the Menace couldn't play with a straight deck though. As Blzbub said putting his pet projects ambition above the good of McLaren has to be Ron's most costly decision. Lying to Max and Co about all the Ferrari documents he had his paws on only cost him $100m how much did his love of Lulu cost? Drivers championships, constructors championships the lost revenue must be astronomical.
I know you like my little business management tips, so here's one of the most important ones, the business always comes first, never your affection for an individual, no matter how pretty his earrings are! lol

rob01

April 16, 2012 12:15 PM

Did you drop acid this morning. You must be kidding me still bringing up bull crap that happened years ago. Next you will be banging on about 2008 and all the tears the Massa family shed. Alonso RAN with TAIL tucked. Tail tucked.

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