F1 » Alonso: I wouldn’t change a thing

Fernando Alonso insists he wouldn't change anything in his approach to the 2012 F1 season despite missing out on the title in Brazil

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19Krpm - Unregistered

November 27, 2012 2:42 AM

FA is referring to the team orders which enabled him to get artificially earned points with the help of wingman-for-hire Felipa Massa. The hypocrisy of scuderia has reached its highest level. The late Enzo must have rolled over in his grave. If he were alive, Montez and Domenic would be working real jobs as bus or truck drivers. The arrogance and special favors earned by scuderia over the years have contributed to its demise. Then we read the bravato from Montez that he is going to demand a solution and this and that. What a bunch of c r @ #*!

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