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Nothing more than a typical Johnny foreigner.

He held Hamilton up in the pits by 5 seconds in qualifying, knowing the young lad wouldn't have enough time to make a final flying lap.

What a way to treat a team mate.

I hope Ron Dennis gets rid of Alonso.

He's nothing but a cheat and a whinger !

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Originally Posted By: Big J R
Nothing more than a typical Johnny foreigner.

He held Hamilton up in the pits by 5 seconds in qualifying, knowing the young lad wouldn't have enough time to make a final flying lap.

What a way to treat a team mate.

I hope Ron Dennis gets rid of Alonso.

He's nothing but a cheat and a whinger !



Steady JR...............You might get accused of Rac(e)ism! laugh

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I think the race later today will be VERY interesting !

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Alonso is a double world champion...

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Originally Posted By: Big J R
I think the race later today will be VERY interesting !


It wasn't was it..... oh, and it hasn't been for a number of years now....

You see, that's what happens when someone actually 'owns' a sport. It's not right if you ask me.

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Oh yes, it was a great race.

Young Mr Hamilton lead every lap, and showed his team-mate, Johnny Foreigner that he shouldn't resort to dirty cheap tricks to try and take the Championship by foul means !

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Funny that when Ze German was leading every race from the front it was considered boring......... hmm, standards x2 for you Big JR!!!!

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I think Alonso has every right to be p*ssed off with McLaren/Hamilton. He is the reigning world champion and has to play second fiddle to a rookie kid who has been Ron Dennis' little project for the last 10 years or so.

However, the results don't lie and no one can deny that Hamilton deserves to lead the championship at this stage but i think he has had more than his fair share of good fortune, or rather lack of bad fortune. We'll see how he copes when he has a couple of nightmare weekends and the pressure builds up, and before you say anything, i know he had a dodgy race at the Nurburgring but it was down to freakish weather so the race was dodgy for everyone.

I would prefer the Ferrari's to win anyway but i have pretty much written off any chance of a championship this season for the scarlet machines.

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So, basically, you want any of the big boys except Hamilton to do well then.... good argument!

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Not at all. I can understand both sides. If Hamilton wins the world championship it will be because he deserves to win it and maybe he will go on to dominate F1 for many years to come. I can just sympathize with how Alonso feels he is being treated. He is the world champion after all, it must mean something.

Was Michael Schumacher made to feel second string when Massa joined Ferrari? Absolutely not. He was world champion and got the full backing of the team and perhaps Alonso, rightly or wrongly, expects the same from Maclaren.

There are still six races to go and there is plenty of opportunity for mistakes to be made.

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But wasn't Michael still winning, and dominating the sport?
Alonso isn't!

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Alonso has won the WC for the last 2 seasons and could win a third this year. He is just 7 points behind Hamilton. OK, he hasn't dominated to the extent of Michael but he is the only driver who was able to consistently compete and beat him in the last couple years. If Alonso does end up winning his third WC i am sure he will take great pleasure in sticking two fingers up at Ron Dennis and moving on. I am not trying to be anti-Hamilton, i wish him every success, especially as a brit, but i do understand Alonso's view.

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Everything was done for Schumacher to win his Championships, including obvious race rigging. Nobody should be manufactured a Championship.
McLaren 'appear' to be allowing the talents of the drivers to win the Championship for themselves. That has to be good for the sport!

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