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Luca di Montezemolo confident Ferrari and Fernando Alonso can still win the F1 title

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LewisMerc - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 6:26 PM

Alonso has somehow managed to keep a poor car


Please can you stop saying that the Ferrari is a very fast car or are we talking about the same car Massa put on the front row in Monza or coming Second in Japan from 11th. Its a myth if think the Ferrari is poor car

Firestorm - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 7:09 PM

A agree with you ghog but only in the case if Vettel had six points more than Alonso. And this is not the case. So the best for the sport would be a wet race(with wet qualifying too) and a lottery. Is the only way that both would have equal chances to win the WDC.

ghog - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 7:17 PM

I get your point Firestorm, agree, but not too wet.

I want to see skill, bravery, performance and close racing if that's possible.

Maybe a restart to balance things up?

Ptolomy - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 7:42 PM

If Alonso comes up behind Sebastian, I want to see Seb just pull to the side and let the Spaniard pass so there is no chance of a wreck. Then Seb could just follow Alonso home. To hell with all the racing. Ferrari has mad a farce of this season. Ferrari has been playing dirty. Using Massa as a sacrificial lamb to test experimental parts all year. Using team orders so Alonso can get in front of Massa to score more points. And now using side cutters to clip the transmission seal so Alonso can switch sides of the track. Vettel just needs to play it cool and win the title.

PTS - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 8:26 PM

Ferrari need rain, I will be doing a rain dance Fernando deserves it more than Vettel this season. Alonso has consitently outperformed the car and been taken out of GP when its not his fault.

I expect Vettel to win next year, because I think Ferrari are a poorly structured team and McLaren are not as professional as they have been in the past. Whereas Red Bull are very strong apart from the reliability from Renault has let them down a little.

spaghettieddie

November 20, 2012 8:29 PM

Does anyone think that RBR would clip the tranny seal on Marks car to give Seb an advantage? Does anyone think that Mark would allow it? Does anyone think that Seb would ask them to do that? Who thinks they would and why and who thinks like I do that there is no way that RBR would pull a stunt like that.

f1fan - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 8:44 PM

I really can't understand what the fuss is all about. When playing poker you get a set of cards and after a round of betting you get to dump some cards, or on this case a gear box, and then you are given some more which should hopefully improve your chance of winning a hand which, forgive me if I am wrong, is exactly what Ferrari did. Ferrari did what they thought was right within the rules and need I ask people to remember Abu Dhabi, when RBR started Vettel in the pit lane so they could change the gear settings on his car to make him more competitive on the main straight, was that correct? F1 teams will do everything in their power to win and if they do not want to achieve that then they do not belong in the piranha club.

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