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Fernando Alonso fights back from gearbox problems to post a top five time in Friday practice in India

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Firestorm

October 25, 2013 3:23 PM

The battle between Ferrari, Mercedes and Lotus is the most interesting topic for the reminder of the season. At least is how I see it. Vettel's and Red Bull's fourth crown are imminent, so let's enjoy the rest of the season with this hot battle for best of the rest.

general

October 26, 2013 12:33 PM

As i sat through this season racing everyone was saying Alonzo was the best driver on the grid and it brought back facts about racing Alonzo in a weak ferrari and getting trouble with can,t win a race unless the front runners break down so much for the best driver In 1995 a Mrs Shumacker took up the worst Ferrari ever build and won races with it.Alonza is just another driver only thing he meet a better driver in Vettle .

Firestorm

October 26, 2013 2:43 PM

@general
Actually Schumacher joined Ferrari, in 1996 not 1995. You don't look clear in your ideas. The other mistake of you is that Schumacher won in 1996 only when the Williamses of Hill and Villeneuve did hit troubles with mechanical problems, or in rain soaked races. Alonso had done it too. Remember last year Malaysian GP, what a dog was Ferrari there. He won the rain soaked race while Massa was fighting for 8th or 9th place. Did you saw things clearer now? Anyway Schumacher was a great driver in the same league as Alonso and Vettel.

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