F1 » F1 POLL: Should Ferrari pair di Resta with Alonso?


Paul di Resta would be a 'very good target for Ferrari' and the right man to replace Felipe Massa. Do you agree? To submit your vote, simply, CLICK HERE...

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Angelina - Unregistered

May 10, 2012 5:07 PM

Every week its a different driver
Perez, Button, Webber, Di Resta who next? Grosjean again? or Hamilton again? Kimi would be interesting and Vettel the best. Someone should say Michael or Nico (both Nico's will do) or Sutil.

The time is to replace Luca, Stefano and their no.1 driver and they know it but can't convince someone better (like Vettel, Button, Kimi or Hamilton) to sign for them.

R 25 - Unregistered

May 10, 2012 8:41 PM

Well I dont think they will pair him in their team. They will need to get rid of one of their former world champion drivers first. Besides if Mercedes pulls out we must not forget about the chances of Schumi looking for a drive and it might be good to see the two biggest rivals in F1 atm in the same team. I think even Filepe would quit with Ferrari for the chances of seing that. Soon to follow might be Ross B, bringing together the perfect Ferrari team (not that its that bad at the moment). Lol.

Droog - Unregistered

May 10, 2012 8:54 PM

He already has a tendency to sulk about his team mates, imagine the scowl on his face after dealing with Alonso for a season or two. He'd have about as much fun as getting an arrow through the neck and finding a tax bill tied to it.

herowassenna - Unregistered

May 10, 2012 11:05 PM

If you honestly believe that Schumacher retired in 2006 and didn't actually run like a little girl at the thought of Kimi spanking him, then I can guarantee he will never ever share a team with Alonso. Certainly not 6 years after his retirement.
Any legacy he has left would be completely and utterly ground into the earth.
Actually, I want him to go there and show his true colours. Like not getting his own way about the tyres. Ahhhhhhhh

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