F1 » Stewart: Raikkonen move 'destabilising' for Alonso


Sir Jackie Stewart says signing Kimi Raikkonen could have a 'destabilising' effect on Fernando Alonso at Ferrari

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Firestorm

September 10, 2013 7:16 PM

I believe that Kimi can work with every team-mate, unlike Alonso. He did support Massa' quest for the title in the last part of the 2008 season. It might be difficult for Alonso doing the same. But I believe that the Scuderia will give both of them an equal chance. Then they will see how the season progresses and team orders may begin to materialise. Its exactly this to be the hottest point.

Firestorm

September 10, 2013 10:00 PM

@rob
Alonso (el diablo as you call him) wants just to win, as does Vettel, Hamilton, as did Schumacher, and many others, all wants to win. In order to do that he needs a very competitive car, on par of the very best car on the grid and a team focused on him, especially after Ferrari missing the tricks of Adrian Newey which makes the Bulls just to fly. What's wrong on that?

intheredcorner

September 10, 2013 11:45 PM

with james allison 'and' rory byrne working on next years car, putting raikkonen in the other car takes away all excuses for the constructers championship. the team finished 60 points behind red bull last year and felipe finished 160 points behind alonso. my humble opinion is that if there is a team in the whole of formula one that 'should' have two world champions in their cars it is ferrari.

rou

September 11, 2013 12:01 AM

Perhaps and it will allow Alonso to pull his head in and learn to respect the people who put so much effort into him and his car, being the best all-round driver on the grid doesn't excuse him from his childish behaviour as of late.

Raikkonen and Alonso pairing could also give them a realistic shot at the WCC as well.

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