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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JayT - Unregistered

December 04, 2012 2:06 AM

If you dont ask you will never know. They never said vettel blatantly passed under yellows. internet footage was brought to their attentinon so they just asked the question. storm in a teacup IMO

Jules - Unregistered

December 04, 2012 6:53 AM
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MG: The Alonso haters have been desperate all year to find things to criticise him for. They all know that he's one of the best drivers on the grid - but they search for every little word or action to put him down - because it makes them feel better, so that they can justify Vettel winning,

olala - Unregistered

December 04, 2012 9:33 AM

Vetel,go hand him your WDC trophy on which your name is engraved so that he stops sobbing.Man,I guess this guy's been waiting too long for the the chance of holding it to saying,''this belongs to me.no one can take it away from me!".LOL

To all you knuckleheads. I hope you will never complain or give the same sh!te to anyone who questions anything about anything in the future. Hypocrites! Ferrari never broke any rules this year. RBR has and lots! If there is one thing that this year has proved is that FIA is not fovouring Ferrari anymore but Red Bull.

ET - Unregistered

December 04, 2012 1:18 PM

ok, if vettel had been found to have overtaken in a yellow zone, what happens? the championship result is changed and FA is world champion? it would be very damaging to F1, the show now is better than it has ever been, the depth of driver and team talent is amazing, the races are very exciting and interesting, the tv is brilliant, dont you think that maybe everyone involved has seen the bigger picture?

richard

December 04, 2012 1:33 PM

mobo. the flag marshals are the ones who are trained to act instantly to a situation, not charlie.

imagine a crash happening and the yellow flags needed. it would be totally stupid for the marshal to have to radio charlie and ask if the yellow flags should be waved.

Mobo - Unregistered

December 06, 2012 11:12 AM

Richard, Im not talking about the yellow flags. Im talking about the green flags. Does this mean that a marshal who is a Vettel fan can wave a green flag ahead of race control?

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