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@Wolfy - Alonso is not always the most sporting but to be fair your examples are rather weak. The Crashgate incident was not for Alonso it was for Renault. The company was waivering on whether to continue in F1 or not. They desperately needed the win to keep the board of directers interested. Alonso was not the first of the two McLaren drivers to seek an advantage. Hamilton had asked for team orders to be used in Monaco so that he could get ahead of Alonso. If cutting the FIA seals on Massa's transmission was Alonso's idea then he is smarter than I thought. It was legal and it was strategy that was required to keep the title fight alive.