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  • sunnyspain01 s sunnyspain01 s Oct 7, 2007 03:32 Flag

    ALONSO ¿A sore loser?

    Well the BIG QUESTION ¿Is Alonso a sore loser or is he not getting equal support from his team? OR Is Hamilton a better driver making the most of his opportunities ?
    ¿eh?

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    • Hey Mr dick may i just say where i am there are quite a few coloured people i grew up in leeds too not far from chapeltown so dont even start with me about racist folk i`m the least ever.I`m never racist and never will be,and you can keep your 997 i prefer my mclaren i bet i can go round corners faster than you lol.

    • Hold on boys i think there is a difference in interpretation of the text going on here get back in your pram all of you x

    • 'Sore' is an understatement... when Alonso loses, for all his wrong or right reasons, he becomes suspicious of his team and bosses (besides he does'nt deserve the faith and devotion of any team and you only need to look at his past), delusional about his two crowns he uses them as license to kick teams in their mouth, and he's still arrogant and a fault-finding maniac in the face of defeat.
      Add to that the harebrained threat of Hamilton to quit if penalized for his stupid driving 'skills' in wet, you already have two formulas for disaster. Go ahead and quit Lewis. I think the least that the sport need during this tumultous time in FIA's scandal-ridden history is a spoiled brat still wet between his ears. Goodbye and so long Lewis. Have a good time with your trophy earn through cheating.

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      • Are we talking about the 2-time defending world champ.

        Not the same guy who was going to throw a 5 year old fit and plop down in front of the 7 time champ's car if Schumi wasn't penalized at Monaco? (I would've loved to see Gonzo's face when the starter said "Ah, screw'em" and flip the lights. Hearing the announcer say... "Ooo that's Alonso's worst start yet!"... Priceless!)

        Couldn't be the same guy last year who threw a fit on the front stretch at China (jerking the car back and forth at full speed) when the rains came and Schumi took them all to school.

        No way is it the same guy who just yesterday cried inequality to the press and claimed he brought the professionalism and raised the level of the team technically and professionally. (Just falling short of saying "It was I who grabbed the Ferrari book out of Stepney's lunch box when he wasn't looking and raised the team's level!")

        Poor loser doesn't fit...

        Fink... Maybe.

        Spoiled spoonfed bafoon... That works as well. I prefer...

        POOR CHAMPION!

        It has a nice ring to it. Fitting.

        Enjoy the race.

        DB

      • Are we talking about the 2-time defending world champ.

        Not the same guy who was going to throw a 5 year old fit and plop down in front of the 7 time champ's car if Schumi wasn't penalized at Monaco? (I would've loved to see Gonzo's face when the starter said "Ah, screw'em" and flip the lights. Hearing the announcer say... "Ooo that's Alonso's worst start yet!"... Priceless!)

        Couldn't be the same guy last year who threw a fit on the front stretch at China (jerking the car back and forth at full speed) when the rains came and Schumi took them all to school.

        No way is it the same guy who just yesterday cried inequality to the press and claimed he brought the professionalism and raised the level of the team technically and professionally. (Just falling short of saying "It was I who grabbed the Ferrari book out of Stepney's lunch box when he wasn't looking and raised the team's level!")

        Poor loser doesn't fit...

        Fink... Maybe.

        Spoiled spoonfed bafoon... That works as well. I prefer...

        POOR CHAMPION!

        It has a nice ring to it. Fitting.

        Enjoy the race.

        DB

    • Not wishing to be a conspiracy theorist but ... according to BBC World's reporting of the qualifications, Hamilton got pole after a tyre change and "a quick adjustment to the aerodynamics". Just what was this last minute change to his aerodynamics that suddenly gave him a huge 0.6+ second advantage over Fernando Alonso who had been consistently competitive until that point? Was this 'miracle tweak' shared with Fernando in Ron Dennis's spirit of equality, or was it something McLaren had kept up their sleeves for Lewis alone?

    • After the infamous 'pit stop delay' I guess there's no co-ordination between the MCL drivers as to who gets the 'last go' ! Looks like Alonso picked the short straw.

    • Thanks ... ye pole's the thing ... it's just that LH always making the late charge is what makes me suspicious as I'd have thought A would be every bit as determined to get that advantage and would have the know-how to do it.

    • Hamilton took the risk of a change of tyre and adjusting his front wing before his last 'dash'. It is probable that in track time previously the team had worked on the combination. Hamilton scored by making best use of the combo - but it may not be and probably is n't the best set up for the race duration and he may well be 'light' on fuel. However being on pole if he can hold the first corner I think he will control the race.

    • Fair point ..... but if it's just down to the driving is that not a big risk on having a bad lap? And if leaving best set up til last lap is that not a risk too? I'm interested to know how it's done ... or is the other guy's car disadvantaged by fuel or whatever?

    • I can n't remember any 'hoo-ha' like we've had this season when Mansell was racing. That's probably the difference when people think about things.

    • Anyone with a winning mentality is almost by definition a sore loser so that point is neither here nor there. But McL by clearly favouring LH now (well how do you explain his amazing last gasp poles two weeks in a row?) have let the cat out so to speak. Alonso's claim that LH has been favoured all along gains credibility because of it and LH's achievements thereby become (even) less credible. Alonso is entitled to speak his mind, that's reasonable - LH's continual lack of humility isn't.

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