mkw0101 wrote:Webber and Alonso raced very poorly and ran out of juice before the finish.
How did they fell behind and didn't even bother to catch up to the top five points.
jon-mullen wrote:They pitted Webber when his tires started graining and Alonso pitted to cover Webber, even though the team should've known he was racing Vettel at that point. No real mystery, just poor race strategy.
Rob W wrote:I can't help but feel that Alonso losing out on the title so closely was a perfectly fitting result considering the team orders incident earlier in the season. It feels like poor or unsporting behaviour has been rewarded too often in F1 and to see Ferrari losing by such a small margin - watching their chances get suffocated slowly while stuck behind non-challenging cars for 40 laps - was quite satisfying.
Rob W wrote: It feels like poor or unsporting behaviour has been rewarded too often in F1 .
strad wrote:Rob W wrote: It feels like poor or unsporting behaviour has been rewarded too often in F1 .
I know I'm going to regret this, but would you tell me just what " poor or unsporting behaviour" you're refering to?
mkw0101 wrote:Or maybe Bernie had a secret meeting with the top five drivers and told the to let Vettel win the race.
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