It always amuses me to see people claim they can tell what level of passion a driver has. Newsflash - you cant. And especially when we are talking about a character like Kimi. He has always marched to the beat of his own drum and his finnish and secluded personality makes naive people think they can tell exactly what his passion, emotions and dedication is. Again, you cant. Even with Alonso who plays the media and some of his fans like a fiddle, you cant exactly know what is going on in there. He is just very good at saying all the right things that make his followers feel all gooey inside. That was never Kimis strength. If that indeed is a strength.
Your statement of "Kimi has no respect for anyone" just shows you do not have a clue of what you are talking about.
Alonso had the audacity to claim that he was "happy to help the FIA clear up the spygate scandal". That shows a total lack of respect if you ask me. To everyone that was hit hard by it. Not only was he heavily involved. He was also summoned to explain himself. But he is trying to make it sound like he was some kind of heroic whistleblower that cleared things up. When in fact he was one of the perpetrators. I gotta hand it to him. Its a clever choice of words and he may fool a lot of people with it. But not me.
Thank you very much, but I prefer this "pain in the ass" Alonso at Ferrari that the guy who's passion was pubs, vodka and "icecream". And Ferrari share my opinion too.
Edited by aragon, 29 April 2011 - 07:28.