F1 » Ferrari: Alonso deserved to be champion

Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali says Fernando Alonso deserved to win the 2012 F1 title

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Stu - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 10:34 AM

Alonso gets far too much help to make him a worthy Champion. Massa has been relegated to the position of Gimp when the Lad clearly has talent.
Ferrari might be just reaping what it has sowed as the other teams don't seem to like them now

Dane - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 10:57 AM

Just to rectify the comment from (Objective) Vettel had 3 DNF's! Vettel is a worthy champion this year, he too didn't have the fastest car in the beginning of the season!

chris - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 11:03 AM

Getting tiresome hearing about why Vettel wasn't penalised over these yellows.
Just try reading the other article about the stewards decision on the yellows, there you shall find all the answers you seek.
At the end of the day, Vettel is champion, well done to him, like it or not its fact now, nothing can change it regardless no matter how many people say "oh I will never accept him as champion.... blah blah blah".
Alonso did the best he could with the machinery he got but in the end it was Ferrari that let him down.
Already looking forward to next season where hopefully we will have more than just 2 title contenders fighting it to the last race.

tom17 - Unregistered

November 26, 2012 11:23 AM

alonso need everybody (even his teammate) to be penalized or DNF to put him on the podium... this years is his 2nd time all the sportsmanship in redbull wins again cheat and team order in ferrari... journalist and those desperate fan boy has been biased toward vettel's achievements...

I believe on below quote, rather than all the vettel haters says :p

This is what Vettels rival, Mclaren team boss McGrath said about the later part of 2011:

“He must be a brilliant driver, because by the end of last season we definitely had the best car and he was still whupping us,” McGrath said.”We're trying to figure out exactly what he's doing that's so good. How does he pull out that fast qualifying lap every time? We think it's driver skill. There's no trickery on the cars, he just gets more out of it than we do.”.

this is what a f1 team co-ownersaid: According to Berger, he always believed in the talent of Sebastian.

"He's really good, and now stands for the best team - said on the air of the


November 26, 2012 11:23 AM

I'm sure that all the drivers think they deserved it. Unfortunately, the FIA have deemed not to award points on the basis of deserving but on finishing position and that is unlikely to change much.

Now, does anyone want to buy 500 Fernando Alonso 2012 World Champion t-shirts?

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