F1 » Webber, Alonso saddened by hero's downfall


Two of F1's bigger cycling fans have admitted theior disappointment at hearing of multiple Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong's drug-use guilt.

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FJ - Unregistered

October 13, 2012 12:32 AM

Yes they should, anyone found to be a dishonest cheat has no place in F1.

They should also impose life ban anyone who breaks FIA rules to remove black box equipment from cars in crashes, especially fatal ones.

Bongo - Unregistered

October 14, 2012 3:15 PM

Agree with the above comments, then 'Mcliarin wouldn't exist as a team any more!

I 'm personally not bemused by the acusations. If its true why didnt they prove it back in the day. In a sense the ADA, have shown nothing but their own failure.

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