F1 » Alonso wins F1 2012 European GP


Fernando Alonso bounces back from only a poor qualifying to come through and win the European Grand Prix ahead of the Lotus of Kimi Raikkonen and Mercedes driver Michael Schumacher

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arcuid

June 24, 2012 3:55 PM

Oh and dishonorable mention goes to Jean Eric Vergne for his ambitious move on Heikki Kovalainen. From the body language of the Toro Rosso Pit Wall personel he may not be getting a Christmas basket from them this year.

Ranger - Unregistered

June 24, 2012 4:02 PM

Brilliant race by Alonso. I see no reason to consider him anything less than the Best in F1 today. Good drives from Raikkonen and Schumacher as well. Too bad for Grosjean, he really seems to be coming into is own and I thought he had a shot at the win. Maldanado is a menace. He ran 2 drivers off the road with his blocking tactics (Webber and Button I think) and then comes from off the racing surface to ram Hamilton. He should have been parked for his escapades (deliberately ramming Perez)a few races ago, but no doubt will skate on this one too.

Shamu - Unregistered

June 24, 2012 4:03 PM

The move of Maldonado? Hamilton taught him that. Geez, cool it Lewis fans, Hamilton does the exact same thing and even worse every race. Text book move out of hamiltons play book.

CommodoreS

June 24, 2012 4:10 PM
Last Edited 759 days ago

Yeah I know Matt. He's still thinking or walking Joses dog

@ arcuid

Helmut Marko has already titled Vergne as a "wildman" with whom they need to work with and that is the truth.
Great to see you on the forum despite business. If I can do it,you can. Its always a pleasure.

MrQwerty

June 24, 2012 4:11 PM

I don't think the Hamilton/Maldonado was anyone's fault in particular. I think it's unfair to blame Maldonado because he was shoved off the track unfairly by Hamilton. All drivers just barge others onto the run off and I don't see why he should just give in, particularly as he had a much faster car at that point. I think the incident was just a result of the driving standards that seem to be commonplace in formula one, don't forget that it wasn't just a squeeze to discourage a move, Maldonado was completely alongside and had a right to be left room. On the other hand, it's unfair to single Lewis out. What I will say, that Hamilton was in that position was certainly not his fault, and the amount of criticism he gets on here is unfair if you look at the way he's destroying his teammate race after race.

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