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2011 will reveal the FACTS!

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posted Dec 8, 2010

"Schumacher has shown he fears Fernando after getting schooled by the legend in 2005 and 2006."

Edit: Liegate Hamilton has shown he fears Fernando after getting schooled by the legend in South Korea and Brazil <laugh>

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posted Dec 8, 2010

fernado clearly has shown that he fears lewis from the schooling in the same car in 2007,when lewis was a ROOKIE,abu dhabi was 2007 all over again,sweetist thing is you wont forget it,i wont forget it and the world wont forget it ,and most importantly alonslow wont forget it

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posted Dec 8, 2010

Usually Fernando just overtakes the driver in front, just like he did to Schumacher at Suzuka 05. I have never seen such a fear of Fernando:

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posted Dec 8, 2010

"2011 World Champion Fernando Alonso also has a strong chance to overtake Senna's records of race wins.

The triple World Champion has already got more points than Senna, and is quickly hunting down all of Schumacher's records."

This would be the triple World Champion who you said would win the WDC in 2010...but didn't? And I doubt Alonso will attain 16 victories in 2011 to overhaul Senna's tally of race wins.

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posted Dec 8, 2010

I really wonder how Jose Lorca is older than me <doh>

7 Years dont even act like this do they?

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posted Dec 8, 2010

*7 Year Olds.

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posted Dec 8, 2010

We will finally get to see a very one-sided battle between our No.1 Jenson Button MBE and Lewis Hamilton.

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Even if your drivvle does come true and Hamlton has to make more pitstops (though it is a complete load of cow droppings that he is harder on tyres), as Lewis is SO MUCH faster then Button, he'll still beat him with an extra pitstop!!!

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posted Dec 8, 2010

Jose is there evidence of Alonso's flagrant breaches of the rules on your YouTube channel?

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posted Dec 8, 2010

how are you jose i left a few nice things about you on youre youtube page without the idiot moderaters interfering

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posted Dec 8, 2010

Excellent again Jose.

2011 will reveal the FACTs, and so do your articles. Hopefully between you, me and others we can educate the 606 fanboys over the winter so that next season we can have a higher standard of debate

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posted Dec 8, 2010

Jose we get it, you don't like Lewis Hamilton and churn out these tawdry articles. All you do is jumble the words " Number 1 Jenson Button MBE", "Tyre Management", " Driver X Fears Fernando", "Driver Y Schooled by Fernando", "More points than Senna".

I should point out that Lewis Hamilto also has an MBE, technically taking last seasons points into account LH is actually Britains No1 and Senna could not increase his points total due to his untimely death.

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posted Dec 8, 2010

Jose why dont you just go away get your barbie dolls from toysrus and play with them, i cant stand wums like you jose.

and alondoh is a shambles to formula1

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posted Dec 8, 2010

adrenilenepotato,

could you please elaborate?

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comment by matbro (U14441930)

posted Dec 8, 2010

Can't wait for 2011 with Petrov to continue his schooling of Alonso.

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posted Dec 8, 2010

Interesting that in Canada, the race with the highest tyre degredation of the year, Hamilton won the race yet Alonso, so the called best, only managed 3rd. FA couldn't even complete the race on one pit-stop. Hence he isn't that good as his deluded fan-boys make out.

Plus there was no race this year where LH lost positions if his tyres were finished (e.g. like some drivers towards the end of Australia 09).

Yet when Alonso won races and WC in 2005 (with no tyre changes), Raikkonen was usually faster but had reliability trouble making Alonso look better than he was (and hence would give him the title of good with tyres) or the fact that in that year and 06, Renault had the advantage of Michellin tyres developed for them over their fellow customers. It probably looks odds on Pirelli will develop tyres more suiting for Ferrari!

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posted Dec 8, 2010

I award this childish drivel one lorca

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posted Dec 8, 2010

Dear Jose Lorca, whenever you are old enough to got to school, please do your self a favor and don't study statistics.
Senna had 161 starts over 10 seasons which resulted in 41 wins and 610 points.
Alonso has 158 starts over 9 seasons wich resulted in 26 wins and 829 points.

However:
* during Senna's career the winner got 9 points
* only the top 6 recieved points
* only 16 races, which means less chance to score big points when you a have winning car

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comment by TN23 (U14456992)

posted Dec 8, 2010

Maybe Alonso will beat Senna's win total one day- but do you think he will be regarded more highly than Senna by the majority of fans that:

a) Haven't got some fantasised dream of Alonso (Or whoever 'Person X's' favourite may be) being comparable to Superman in an F1 car

b) Actually understand Formula 1

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comment by Vulpes (U14252737)

posted Dec 8, 2010

I agree with JaydeeIommi

One Lorca <donut>

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posted Dec 8, 2010

BelgianF1Fan

Thank you, well done, put this toad in his place.

"The TRIPLE World Champion has already got more points than Senna" ?? TRIPLE nearly but choked.

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posted Dec 9, 2010

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posted Dec 9, 2010

2011 will reveal the FACTS!
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We saw that the FIA put a particular driver in a super MASS DAMPER car in 2005-2006 to stop Schumacher's dominace.

We have also seen average drivers been put in supercars in 2009-2010 to stop Hamilton's dominance, and for good measures made sure Hamilton has been in a troublesome car when still in the title hunt.

So unless the FIA and the powers that be in F1 stop FIXING WDC wins, and stop giving AVERAGE drivers who are no match for anyone in the midsts of GREAT competition and cannot overtake like the BEST in F1....I would very might DOUBT waiting for the 2011 season would reveal the truth.

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