F1 » Domenicali: Still a long road ahead for Ferrari


Stefano Domenicali: It's nice to see our fans are happy with that last result, but no one at Maranello is under any sort of illusion.

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Dylan - Unregistered

July 25, 2012 3:20 PM

Alonso is getting old he got max 3 years at the top he doesn't seem to be as fast as he was back in 2005/06 more mature yes but not quicker. Ferrari should sign Hamilton make sure both drivers understand they work for the team while ensuring both equal treatment and whoever has a better shot at the title when the time comes help one another. By 2014 Hamilton would be in his top leading the Scuderia while fully matured at home and speaking Italian.

HondaRacingFan - Unregistered

July 25, 2012 3:32 PM

As nice a thought of Hamilton in a Ferrari i can't see Alonso being Hamilton's team mate again and i don't think Alonso would like it when his time comes to retire being replaced by Hamilton.

Taz

July 25, 2012 4:27 PM

@Dylan

How exactly do you compare 2006 and 2010 in terms of real speed? just curious what's the 'logic' behind your statement.

He's leading the WDC, not a lot wrong with his speed, especially when the car was poor and he was dragging it up the grid.

NomiShah - Unregistered

July 25, 2012 5:20 PM

As a hard core tifosi I would never want to see this cheater's name as a champion with the red cars...he could not retain a 25 point lead which was gifted to him in 2010 and he's leading again by so much cos of Renault engine failures in Valencia. He would go down the order as the season progresses

Tealeaf - Unregistered

July 25, 2012 5:31 PM

Well the Redbull and Lotus altenator was unfortunate and Vettel would be leading this title race if it wasn't for that but take nothing away from Fernando he's on top of his game and even the bookies have realised this.

Darzetboy - Unregistered

July 25, 2012 8:47 PM

The best TEAM, with the best driver. The Schuey of the present era, real class. No chance for Lewis with this team. But dont do tooo well Ferrari, or the FIA rules police will slow you down!!!

JosephG - Unregistered

July 25, 2012 9:06 PM

it would be a big mistake to hire Hamilton even after Alonso retired i hope no place for him at scuderia.I wonder how even mclaren tolerate such behaver. if i were the boss long time ago he was out.

DJ from TJ - Unregistered

July 25, 2012 10:07 PM

Alonso is even better than back in 05/06. His integration with the team is outstanding. He is a true leader and his team knows it, he picks them up and motivates them instead of critizising, he keeps top shape and his behavior inside and outside the track is noteworthy. He keeps in top shape and is realistic on his goals. On the other hand Hamilton is pure raw speed, but that's it. He would not be a good candidate for Ferrari, not team spirit, hot head, and uncontrolled agression do not make him a complete driver. Hamilton peaked early, I like him because he brings spectacle but that's as far as it goes.

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