Are they? He's only stating the obvious:
*Kubica gains the teams focus and respect by leading by example.
*Alonso expects the teams focus and respect... and the toys come flying out of the pram if it doesn't happen.
What link have you read? He says nothing like that.
He speaks of commitment, criticizes the "older" management their lack of direction and praises Kubica for his commitment, while implying Alonso had little because he had signed with Ferrari. Other than being predictable, I don't see anything special in said interview.
1-3-4-5-8 is a clear downward trend.
8-5 is an upward trend
No, one year is not a trend by any stretch of the imagination, could as well be a blip in the radar.
It's too early to go asking for Boullier's head, that's for sure. But Renault's place should be amongst the Ferraris and McLaren's of the F1, I don't believe Goshn will spend much more on F1 if he doesn't see improvements fast.
Edited by Jakob, 05 August 2010 - 08:38.