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Ah yes Fernando Alonso speaks, He as we all know is the paragon of sporting fairness in F1.... Oh hang on... Was it not for Alonso that Piquet was instructed to crash to influence a world championship? Was it not Alonso who when being beaten on equal terms by Hamilton in his rookie year demanded that he be given preferential treatment despite a contract that clearly stated equal treatment & when he did not gain preferential treatment paid to end his contract. Was it not also Alonso who was upset at the side of the grid he was on so pressured Ferrari to break Massa's gearbox seal to incur a penalty so Alonso would move to the side of the grid he wanted. Maybe Alonshole should learn what it is to act fairly & by the rules before he accuses others of not doing so. Remember the old phrase "People in glass houses should not throw stones"



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