F1 » Bahrain Grand Prix 2013: Ferrari not car to beat, says Alonso


Fernando Alonso: Hopefully in the next month and a half we can be at the level of the best cars...

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Fernandabulous

April 18, 2013 6:15 PM

ross brawn thought the ferrari 'was' the fastest car in australia, also they finished 10 seconds ahead of the lotus on the same strategy in china. dont know what the gap would have been had kimi got off the line cleanly though. the red bull probably is still the quickest, but due to the regulations/tyres over the race distance the ferrari (and lotus) appears to be more managable in their use of tyres and fuel

AMG - Unregistered

April 18, 2013 6:31 PM

I think RBR still have the best car.

The problem in China was that Vettel wanted to be smarter than anyone else but he wasn't and his tyre strategy failed. Also the long straights didn't help them.

tdog - Unregistered

April 18, 2013 6:39 PM

That's debatable because they look pretty fast in all the races so far. What is not debatable is that Fernando is the driver to beat. And it's gonna take a monumental task do so.

Podium should look like this Alonso, Kimi and Vettel.

Tealeaf - Unregistered

April 18, 2013 8:58 PM

Alonso like Hamilton likes to big up himself and make the car he drive look like a horse cart but the truth is on raw pace this year neither of them 2 overrated drivers can even say they are decisively quicker than their average team mates, yet they rely on sabotage, team orders and better strategies to finish ahead of Massa and Rosberg, but all this talk talk talk ain't fooling anyone the fact is Ferrari and Mercedes are the 2 fastest cars out there, Merc is faster over 1 lap but the Ferrari is super consistent if the tyres are weak. Whilst these 2 keep saying each other as the best in F1 Vettel will keep winning titles and Kimi will continue to spoil the party, hell Kimi on his come back in the 4th fastest car last year beat that Sham who wad driving the best car.

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