Rob W wrote:(I.e: get off the high horse if you think Ferrari are faultless - they aren't even close)
que? lolEven a dick can be a great driver, which to me is what Alonso is.
DaveKillens wrote:Wow, so many valid arguments, and worth thinking about ... despite differences of opinions.
We the fans tune into the races to be entertained. Maybe some like NASCAR style, bold and brutal, while for others F1 with it's delicate cars and intrigue provide amusement. And let's face it, dust-ups, whether verbal or with fists provides memorable memories. I like it, it's like the extra sauce on a juicy steak.
Let's face it, Alonso is a poor loser, and not a gracious winner. That's just his personality, like it or hate it. But like others, I judge a driver by how he handles his car, not his mouth or temper. Even a dick can be a great driver, which to me is what Alonso is.
I've developed a growing appreciation and respect for Massa recently, he really has improved all aspects of his driving. And he does try to conduct himself with dignity and class. It's just that in the post-race events, he refused to allow Alonso push him around with his comments.
But in the final analysis, the FIA enforces behaviours and the rules. If they have no issue with Alonso's pass and the contact, and take no action concerning the verbal diarrhea match, then we just try to respect their decision, and look forward to Hungary.
marcosp wrote:Senna wouldnt have needed to (but would have said that a mysterious invisible force was pushing him all the way)
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