F1 » Alonso calls on Ferrari to 'find holes'


Fernando Alonso, whilst accepting that Sebastian Vettel deserved to win the 2012 F1 world championship title, insists that Ferrari needs to sail a little closer to the wind when it comes to exploiting the rulebook.

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Firestorm - Unregistered

December 13, 2012 8:25 PM

Every treaty has at least two interpretations said Louis XIV of France back in the 17th century. The same could be said about rulebooks. After the first few races in 2012 when many different drivers won, Button said that no-one has found the right solution yet, and we are terrifyed that someone will do it and starts dominating, of course if that one will not be McLaren. So I am pretty sure that next year we still will listen for controversial solutions. The ban of double DRS is a good thing, especially considering that Ferrari and McLaren didn't run this device on their cars. I don't want to annoy the fans of Red Bull, but I say that is time that they starts loosing. Is time that Ferrari and McLaren rejoins where they left in 2008 before the massive changes of the regulations.

richard

December 13, 2012 8:30 PM

firestorm. "it is time red bull starts loosing (sic)"

no. it is time that ferrari, macca, lotus, merc, sauber, force india etc etc, upped their game to match or better the bulls!

you cant blame bed bull (or any other team for that matter) for doing well.

PDM - Unregistered

December 13, 2012 9:19 PM
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8 out of 12 team bosses vote for him as the best driver on the grid in the AutoSport survey does that mean anything ?

Greg Tan - Unregistered

December 14, 2012 4:33 AM

This loser Fernando keeps on whining.
It is very obvious that the smart teams will push everything (including the racers) to the limit of the regulation.
If Ferrari has not been doing so, I guess it can be the understanding of the regulation that is not adequate or they are not smart enough to build the good car out of it.
I think I have been hearing many times about more aggressive approach, taking more risk etc but the good package never emerge.

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