F1 » Alonso: Hamilton correct to consider McLaren exit

Fernando Alonso reckons Lewis Hamilton might benefit from switching teams

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wheeltowheel - Unregistered

September 15, 2012 3:21 PM

Your assessment is absolutely spot on. Well said.
You obviously think the complete opposite which is Bollix.
Could we at least try and spell McLaren correctly?

Shy Ted - Unregistered

September 15, 2012 3:32 PM

Is this an invitation to join him at Ferrari?
Probably not!
Shame,because i think Alonso's grown up a lot since his ill fated McLaren adventures and the two of them at Ferarri would be an awesome driver pairing.

sandra - Unregistered

September 15, 2012 3:55 PM

Apologies for my spelling and thank you for the correction. I still reiterate that although Alonso didn't like his spell at McLaren he is also right to say the positive aspects on leaving.

ja - Unregistered

September 15, 2012 4:15 PM

i think that it would be best for both parties if he lewis moved on and them mclaren searched out a new and up&coming superstar driver , also these people who rave on about the teams efforts in the race weekend poor pitstop and such ! this is not a movie shoot they arnt no second takes its live sport extrme sport and mistakes happen humans make mistakes if people want fawless events then turn on your PS3 and play F1 on there.
i would not be surprised him lewis joined alonso at Ferrari and massa may move the other way but i would rather Perez go to mclaren as he is a class driver already its only a lack of performance in his car that stops him battling it out up front , if he where in the mclaren he would win races and battle for the title

jose - Unregistered

September 15, 2012 4:40 PM

You can just sit back and play keyboard jockey. It not you money
at stake..Truthfully you have no Dog in the fight. The loss of
Hamilton will mean the loss of millions in the future for McLaren.
I'll say this many times .."No equivalent equal replacement" no one
in F1 today can generate the revenue of Lewis Hamilton. Yes he can
just leave, very true. What Sunny Blue failed to address is can McLaren
afford that that loss..Methinks, not. Your use of Taipan "Logic" is
at best a ..Joke!! Matters little, time will tell.
That stupid Badman,


wheeltowheel - Unregistered

September 15, 2012 4:49 PM

sandra I always thought Alonso, for a double World Champion, behaved v badly at McL, and I was a big fan of his back then. He could have won the title in '07, and should have stayed and fought Ham again in '08. He had no option but to leave McL after showing his team emails and SMS to the FIA. BUT seeing Ham's true colours now, I begin to wonder if there wasn't rather more going on behind the scenes in '07. This comment from Alonso is pure mind games. He still hates Ham and would love to see him end up in a team that can't win regularly, resulting in more Hammy tantrums etc. I don't see Merc as potential champs next year anyway, do you? so, that would be one less rival for Alonso to worry about. I feel worried for Ross Brawn. He will have his hands full.
Can't see Nico accepting Ham as No1 at Merc, so he might leave and join McL, or even Ferrari. Ham partnering Schu would be great.
I'd still love to DiResta at McLaren ideally. So many possibilities

jose - Unregistered

September 15, 2012 5:20 PM

50 Cents,
Agree not now, yes in the future. That could be a very long time
Fan and Media appeal is the Dog here, no other driver can command
the same..His race pace is the best in F1..Only Alonzo can challenge.
The noise maker here are stuck on stupefied nonsense.
Can McLaren afford to do with the services of Lewis Hamilton,
Logic says No! But if you have been digesting Crash's form of Tiapan
logic clear thinking is not within you..
But remember baby you are still worth only 'half a buck'


Simon - Unregistered

September 15, 2012 6:08 PM

Won the championship at the last comer? Speaking of someone who couldn't overtake Petrov after that many corners in the last race of 2010 for the championship. Sour grapes....

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