F1 » Ferrari right to pursue clarification, insists Alonso


Fernando Alonso has backed Ferrari's decision to request the FIA's opinion on the possible yellow flag incident that could have altered the outcome of the 2012 F1 championship.

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JohnO - Unregistered

December 03, 2012 8:04 PM

"The only blot on Fernando Alonso's 2012 F1 landscape .."

Come on, who writes this stuff? I an think of several other blots, starting with the strong appearance that Perez was ordered to let Alonso win in Malaysia.

MG - Unregistered

December 03, 2012 11:23 PM

OMG, Alonso wasnt the person who commanded this to the FIA. Why are pople not reading and then blaming Alonso? Anyone and team would of done the same. So what is the argument and 9 day old article about? This is ruining and making trends to rubbish articles that create constant bashing with others and and teams? These type of articles need to stop being published.

There is more articles about Alonso this year then Vettel winning the WDC. Why are all eyes on Alonso...isnt there 20 other freakin drivers? Plus a WDC winner like Vettel to talk about yet were still talking about Alonso? Back off haters...Let the man race and go on vacation gezuz

Taz

December 03, 2012 11:48 PM
Last Edited 686 days ago

@MG

The team said they didn't instigate this and were very specific on that fact. The Spanish press obviously pushed this but Alonso's press statements don't give the impression of a man who didn't support/start this course of action.

19Krpm - Unregistered

December 04, 2012 12:02 AM

@MG: I wasn't going to comment, until I read your last post. I could not resist the urge make you even madder! Simple as that: if it weren't for Massa pulling Alonso and finally easing off the gas for FA to pass him, the crybaby Alonso would not have made it to the Brazil podium.

vote Chump - Unregistered

December 04, 2012 12:12 AM

Oh,dearly Fernando...u already sound moaning.u'll never win another championship ever again except people's sympathy.
just know it,2 ur last title with renault just a fluck result of Ferrari's schock to totally new regulation of tyre saving management race rather than a real one.remember,Schumi almost bagged it for his 8th leading over u heading the last 2 races in Suzuka and Interlagos hadn't his Car engine failures halted his destiny in 2006.bear that in mind,Ferdondo!

ShameRay - Unregistered

December 04, 2012 12:42 AM

Samurai?.hahaha...U can make me laugh for days naming urself that high rank.c'mon...a Samurai never moans.
U'd better watch for another spinning star onto ur face which will likely do a cut leaving a scar on for next seasons!

san - Unregistered

December 04, 2012 12:47 AM

Spoilt *rat. definately not championship material this alonso. how much longer will santander support this **iot
i cant wait to one day see him drive for lesser team ie HRT thats what he deserves
Vettel,Kimi,Lewis,Button all gracious enough to be true champions. But the same can't be said about Mr alonso

MG - Unregistered

December 04, 2012 12:55 AM

@Taz, correct it was for the fans. However why is there an article of what has already been answered. Alonso didnt push for this which you agreed upon. So what are you saying? Ferrari didnt and Alonso did indirectly? His contract is to race right? So why wouldnt he approve what Ferrari and his fans want to know. Even if your a fan or not people would want to know. I wanted to know and I didnt push for it. Yet, as soon as it was announced that Vettel is the WDC winner and yellow flags were were obeyed what is there to argue about and to keep talking about Alonso for? That is my question

I dont see Alonso complaining to FIA or his team or pointing a dirty finger at anyone but saying he is happy with his team and himself with there results.

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