I'm really disappointed by Alonso's (total lack of) sportsmanship. Fueling the nonsense about the yellow flags on twitter, how low can he go? I don't care how well he drives, his reputation will be forever tarnished by 2007, 2008 and now this. He should be thankful that he didn't won the title with all the embarrassing things Massa and Ferrari had to do to spoon fed him some points in the last few races, when he clearly choked and underperformed.
I just looked at his twitter account, there isn't any mention of flags.
Just an obscure samari quote which he's become quite fond of tweeting.
You can't blame him of Ferrari for asking the FIA to clarify who was waving what and the light colour. If they have
as there is nothing official anywhere.
What would you think, if Alonso was your employee? He came to Ferrari with the clear target...championship...until now he hasn´t deliver anything...he drove great races during the 3 years, but he hasn´t deliver, for what he came to the Scuderia...
And come within a few points each time he's been with a shout at the last race, 2010 was a mistake by the team to watch and follow Webber over Vettel. Sure Fernando could have scored more points in the first half but everyone was dropping points in the first half that year but that doesn't change the mistake Ferrari made in Abu Dhabi.
As for this year, if the car had been faster in the initial races (say with the upgrades that appeared for Spain) he might have got more points from China and Bahrain. He did the maximum possible with the machinery at hand from the Summer on McLaren and then Red Bull were faster than the Ferrari.
Edited by toxicfusion, 29 November 2012 - 08:33.