F1 » What we learned at the Malaysian Grand Prix


Crash.net's team in the paddock bring you some of the stories and rumours that have been bubbling behind the scenes during the Malaysian Grand Prix weekend.


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marius120

April 02, 2014 9:50 PM

AyrtonSenna:
marius120:
whitew: Guys on the TV saying Alonso is still the best driver.................. the first 2 races hes done nothing. Been gifted 4th in both races by Riccardo. He is a spent force, as are Ferrari.


alonso did more then anyone else could do in that car,not even schumi or senna could do better with that car,that's why i rate alonso in the same class as senna and schumi

Mmmmmmmmmm..... don't know about that marius. He's been at ferrari how long? The difference is senna and schumacher developed cars and made them race winners. Also they won in no name brands (something vettel has done too) and until then I would say he is 3rd best out of the current crop.


how can u develop a car that is not the same every year and at the first race is always 1sec+ off the pace

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