what details we know about the offer,
what sense does such a thinking make now?
what do we get from it?
Only speculation as to what the differences might have been.
+ if he would have taken the offer, he would have come in a made-team and not like now having to build up a team, which can be similar succesful as the schumacher-ferrari-team.
In other words, he may not have had to wait for a championsip-winning team to be made, it would already have been in place. Of course, he may have had to take on Schumacher in the same team.
what we have now is:
Alonso being the best out there and with the ban of illegal aerodynamic helps that was used especially by red bull in 2011, he has a chance that his ferrari will be somewhere matching his talent.
so we have an alonso in a "alonso-made-ferrari".
i prefer the way he chose
What "illegal aerodynamic helps" were used in 2011? Why were they illegal? If they weren't banned at the time, how can they have been illegal at the time? If they were banned at the time, how do you know they were used when the FIA apparently doesn't?
By the way; an "alonso-made-ferrari"? Don't you mean a "made-for-Alonso" Ferrari?
Strange I must have missed all those occasions where Alonso fans shout about FA having beating Trulli.
Anyway, glad you acknowledge the technical part. What does that leave Jarno, the "victor of the hearts", or something?
The occasions are easy to find, they are whenever Alonso and Trulli are mentioned in the same post.
I don't know about "victor of the hearts", I still think of him as "driver of the train".
If you want to run away from the truth .. it's straight through those tightly sprung double doors marked denial you can't miss them
Just follow the "Alonso wasn't fairly treated in 2007" fans, the "Schumacher didn't take out Hill or Villeneuve fans", the "2011 was McLaren's not Hamilton's fault" fans and the "Ecclestone and Mosley are honest" fans.
On second thoughts, don't bother with the last lot, they are harder to find than a needle in a haystack.