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.
Or maybe it was fitting that Alonso lost out because Vettel had 10 poles and was in the fastest car? Alonso didn't lose out, Vettel won.
andrew wrote:The simple answer - they both choked. 'Nuff said!
Really? Alonso choked because he didn't win the WDC? If Alonso won the Championship it would have been a remarkable feat considering how much faster the RB6 was all season long. On the other hand; if one of the Red Bulls didn't win, that would have been an enormous choke.