- Trulli was sacked because he was too good.
- No, it is because in the last races he was outside the points while Alonso was fighting for podiums
- That isn't true
- It is, see the evidence.
- OK, then what happened is that he started to get bad results because he was too good.
Talk about desperately trying to shove an opinion into the facts
Trulli: 15 years career, 252 starts, 1 win, 11 podiums, 246,5 points, 4 poles and fastest lap. Drives for Caterham.
Alonso: 11 years career (1 as test driver included), 177 starts, 27 wins, 73 podiums, 1.086 points, 20 poles, 19 fastest laps, 2 WDC and nearly another two. Drives for Ferrari.
It's obvious that Trulli is THE driver. Nuvolari, Fangio, Clark, Senna and Schumacher are just taxi-drivers. Unbeleivable that nobody in Red Bull, McLaren and Ferrari see the so good driver that Trulli is. Maybe because is too good to drive for them.
Trulli was sacked of Renault because Flavio saw the technical and driving abilities and the way to work through the engineers of both drivers and took a decison, maybe not very sensible but he was the boss. Two World champs demonstrated that Flavio was right. As simple as that.