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You just have to wonder, how fast or close would Alonso be, if he stayed at Ferrari, this year to the Mercedes?
"Ferrari: How they became 2015 F1 title contenders?"By throwing lots of £££ at their F1 team and hiring the best young F1 car designer - James Allison.Funny how Vettel has lucked into such a scenario once again. I do hope Hamilton goes to Ferrari and schools Vettel, just as Ricciardo did in 2014.
Ferrari are not title contenders, they have just given the mercs a wake up call, the mercs will now runaway with it as they will accelerate their development program
ferrari are not title contenders they have a car to win races, maybe few due to weather, or some kind of error from mercs.lewis will run away with it,did anyone hear what moss said vettel is better than lewis but last year he said lewis is up there with jim clark maye your mind up moss.
Just been watching the snooker and hearing how it's been made more successful and competitive over the last 5 years. Perhaps Barry Hearn should be the one to take over from Bernie.
Happy henry- so true; over complex rules and stifling of innovation. However while many decry SV and four titles flatters him, we've seen some great wheel to wheel driving from him in the last season and a bit.
Ferrari are clearly the second best team, I can't see anything else other than a 3rd title for Lewis. Without the radio coaching Nico has been found out and is not really a threat anymore.The biggest disappointment though is the way the BBC gave the coverage to Sky on a plate. The BBC can find over a £1000,000,000 for their new headquarters, but can't afford to show all the races.54321
I think calling Ferrari title contenders is going a bit far, but they have given Mercedes something to think about. I think they have done an awesome job this year in pullling themselves back into contension. Although Alonso is a great driver this shows he is not a driver for developing a car. I agree with DuaneK, I see Alonso as masking the real problems of the car.
Poor lad. Obviously needed something to write on a bank holiday, but its the usual filler.Ferrari had one lucky weekend when Mercedes had a bad one. It's just like Andrew to equate that to a ferrari title push - he's always seeking excitement and controversy where it doesn't exist. Force of habit for a media type.There is simply nothing to talk about here.
I don't see Ferrari as title contenders, granted they have improved but this smacks of the BBC trying to make F1 sound more exciting than it is, it is going to be Mercedes again with perhaps 2 or 3 teams scrapping for the best of the rest spot.
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