Sure in Australia it was his fault, the same was with the hamilton webber crash, it was hamiltons fault
The Monaco-mistake: the most unfortunate crash in history of f1, because it happened in free practise and had an effect on qualy and race. Normally a free practise is the place to make mistakes and it should not have any consequences on qualy and race, but with this years regulations it had -> pity!
so if you want we can count like that:
1 mistake in race (costed him 1 place)
1 mistake in free practise
Man, please stop this because you're embarrassing other Alonso fans too!
In Australia, the contact with Button was questionable but it was a result of his very poor start. He made a mistake
at the start and that is why he got involved in the incident with Button.
Monaco? Most unfortunate crash ever? Come on
Yeah, normally an FP3 crash shouldn't affect qualy and race, but this year there are no T-cars, so they shouldn't hit the wall during practice... You say: "a free practice is the place to make mistakes" I agree that a practise is a place to search for the limits and they usually overdrive it on other tracks, running off the track many times... but this is Monaco, and a mistake like that will result in a crash into the armco. And a crash like that can potentially damage the car so much that it cannot be repaired in a couple of hours. He knew it, and he knew there were no T-cars available, so I don't think he went out onto the track thinking "a free practise is the place to make mistakes"...
He shouldn't make mistakes like that in a Saturday practise, even if the car had been repairable, he would have lost many practice time.
You should get over it and accept that he
is to blame for the points he lost in Monaco, not bad luck. This doesn't make him a bad driver, not at all, Monaco is a track where everybody has crashes, Hamilton last year, Kimi in qualy a few years back... He made a pretty common mistake, it happens.
Edited by postajegenye, 23 May 2010 - 09:33.