F1 » Di Montezemolo warns Alonso over conduct


Fernando Alonso is warned over his conduct by Ferrari on the back of comments made following the Hungarian Grand Prix

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JACKBEE

July 30, 2013 11:26 AM
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YYYLMA.....I still wonder if Ferdie isn't impressed with next years car/engine package.

Let's face it, he must be in the loop on the new car and if it looked like a surefire winner then no way would anyone speak to any other team on his behalf.

Gecko

July 30, 2013 11:28 AM

Fernando joined in Jan 2010. They have had 3 years to give him a competitive car, and the last 2 races it has been a disaster, and the only reason for the positions he finishes, is because Fernando is carrying the car, big time.

I have always been a Ferrari supporter, but their current form deserves criticism.

Roundiniho

July 30, 2013 11:38 AM

I really like Fernando. He's proper. Kind of the last bastien of true F1 stars, he doesnt come out on twitter bleating about his ex or have a pop at another driver because "he overtook me" like certian others. No, he karts them 2 supermodels around with him, like "breeze" in Talladega nights, looks cool as f**k and IS the best driver on the grid -. Ferrari havent given him a car to perform in. Plain and simple.
Mate, get urself a red bull seat, give that gurning, finger pointing ***** a damn good hiding and retire as one of the best. Ever.

JACKBEE

July 30, 2013 11:46 AM

Ultipi33.....Next year...Next year....Next year

As far as I'm aware the driver lineup is settled for this year and Ferdie is stuck at Ferrari.

Unless You know something different..........

F1Prez

July 30, 2013 12:00 PM

If Fernando leaves ferrari now, he will look like a prick.. !!

Sometimes reputations are worth more than actual talent.
Who's to say that if Vettel was in a ferrari he wouldn't be dominating?

Just STFU and drive.. !!

YoungSlinger

July 30, 2013 12:10 PM

The top Ferrari 1, sorry, Formula 1 drivers are paid huge sums of money to do a job, that is drive their teams' car to the best of their ability. For that alone, their team deserves respect and not to be constantly slagged off by employees. There is a line between honesty and detrimental remarks.

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