F1 » Alonso rules out dry podium


Fernando Alonso predicts a struggle for Ferrari unless it rains in Hungary

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blublz

July 28, 2012 7:44 PM

The top ten can finish where they all started and Alonso will still extend his championship lead, so p6 in a car that isnt the outright quickest isnt such a bad place to start the race, plus rear gunner Massa is inbetween the champ. leader and Webber.

tametech - Unregistered

July 28, 2012 9:49 PM

I think FA looked at the forecast and is banking on rain.

His car looked like a compromise with one eye on a wet race in qualifying.

If only he stopped winging, then I could happily support his "safety first" approach to this season.

btccSteve - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 8:16 AM

Last week he was fast in the wet or dry! This week is a different circuit with different demands on the car so if he says he's it'll only be competetive in the wet then it probably is. Although even in the dry I agree he'll most likely still be up into the top 5 come the end of the race.

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