1. Ferrari was a mid-pack runner before they brought Schumacher in - even then it took a couple of years before he started being a championship contender.Originally Posted by Shadus
2. There was definitely malice in the moves he pulled on Damon Hill and Jacques Villeneuve in the pursuit of his ultimate goals. However, even the great Ayrton Senna has admitted to intentionally driving into Alain Prost and ending both their races.
I don't know if sportmanship and being a team player go hand in hand, but in today's papers, Alonso accused his own team of sabotaging his world championship aspirations.
This is hilarious, he even hit out at his teammate for overtaking him when his car was 4 secs off the pace!
Tomorrow we expect Alonso to hit out at global warming, which must also be responsible for the loss of the championship lead.
Bah. Alonso is just a sore loser. He had been complaining about a lot of things ever since the Hungarian GP.
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