F1 » Briatore plays down Alonso-Red Bull rumours


Flavio Briatore insists that Fernando Alonso has no intention of quitting Ferrari to partner Sebastian Vettel at Red Bull.

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mrfill

August 02, 2013 6:58 PM

"Fernando has a contract and contracts must be respected," Briatore told Italy's Gazzetta dello Sport newspaper,

That has to be funniest quote of the week, made even funnier by the source...

Eagle

August 02, 2013 7:19 PM

Briatore insulting our intelligence agian - Senna stopped Warick going to Lotus, I remember and Alonso did run away from Lewis, however you dress it up. You just expect and get ridiculous spin from that man.

Marksman

August 03, 2013 1:40 AM

I'm a Ferrari fan to the core of my soul. My allegiance has never wavered. I also think that Alonso is one of the best drivers in the sport and I would be heartbroken to see him leave SF for Red Bull. Glad it will NEVER happen. Fernando is on the downhill side of his career. I would love to see him capture another driver's championship but it won't happen with RedBull with Seb at #1. Maybe Ferrari can get it together with the new rules package. And maybe Briatore can shove another doughnut in that hole under his nose and shut the #### up.

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