F1 » Alonso looking to extend Ferrari contract


Rather than looking to quit Ferrari, Fernando Alonso insists that he wants to prolong his stay with the team beyond his current deal.

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joat

September 22, 2013 11:30 AM

A fiver says he has already signed for McLaren for 2014. An Alonso v Raikkonen at Ferrari is unworkable. Look at Mansell v Piquet previously not to mention Prost v Senna (Ayrton)

Jim Clausen

September 22, 2013 11:57 AM
Last Edited 374 days ago

Yup, Fernando is all but gone. If the money can be found he's back to Lotus, Renault.

Over the years I've found if you take the opposite of what is said by anyone in F1 you'll be right more times than wrong.

Taipan

September 22, 2013 12:23 PM

The previous examples of team mate troubles and the Alonso - Lulu problems were all caused by the same thing, teams changing their allegiances.
Piquet had an agreement with Frank that he would be number one at Williams, then Frank had his accident and Head was left running the team and he backed Mansell not Piquet. Fairly similar to what happened between Prost and Senna and Alonso and Lulu.
All Ferrari have to do is treat the drivers equally and honestly and there will be no problem.

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