View Poll Results: Would Alonso have smashed Lewis in the 2017 ferrari?

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Thread: Could Alonso have won the title in this years car?

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    Quote Originally Posted by evo_spook View Post
    Not at the beginning of the season, no he didn’t. Alonso was being favoured.
    Stop with the fake history.
    He had Ron Dennis's backing since he was 13 years-old. Don't tell me that he wasn't the golden boy.

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    Who gives a #$"%&/$%. He is not Ferrari driver any more and he is having his dream come thru driving for his beloved McLaren!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefa View Post
    Who gives a #$"%&/$%. He is not Ferrari driver any more and he is having his dream come thru driving for his beloved McLaren!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Well you certainly do. Why reply to a topic if you really don't care.

    just sayin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tifosi1993 View Post
    Well you certainly do. Why reply to a topic if you really don't care.

    just sayin.
    Because I saw 3 pages!?!?!?!? on this thread!!!!!!!!!!!!! That is a shocker to me!!!

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    Simply put no.

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    Alonso would have lost the championship in this car long ago.

    First of all, Alonso wouldn't have won Australia because that Vettel put in great qualifying lap to be just ahead of Bottas and that helped in the race, Alonso would have lined up behind Bottas and would have finished 10-15s second behind Hamilton at the line.

    Bahrain - Alonso might have won that race.

    Monaco - Alonso would have qualified behind Bottas and might have ended up P4 or P5.

    Singapore - Alonso would be P3.

    Mexico - Alonso would be P3 or P4.

    It's so funny to see that a few people think Alonso would have won the title in SF70H, reality is he would have lost it long ago and not even come close to Vettel's point tally.

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    That comparison sounds more like comparing Seb to Lewis! Not even close is the word!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chinmay View Post
    Alonso would have lost the championship in this car long ago.

    First of all, Alonso wouldn't have won Australia because that Vettel put in great qualifying lap to be just ahead of Bottas and that helped in the race, Alonso would have lined up behind Bottas and would have finished 10-15s second behind Hamilton at the line.

    Bahrain - Alonso might have won that race.

    Monaco - Alonso would have qualified behind Bottas and might have ended up P4 or P5.

    Singapore - Alonso would be P3.

    Mexico - Alonso would be P3 or P4.

    It's so funny to see that a few people think Alonso would have won the title in SF70H, reality is he would have lost it long ago and not even come close to Vettel's point tally.
    So, Alonso is that bad when it comes to qualy huh?

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    LOL no he couldnt
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    Well the one thing we can be sure of... if Alonso didn't win it this year.. it would all be Ferrari's fault. Seems the Alonso fans are like Alonso.. when he wins it's because of his great skill, when he loses it's because the car sucks. I thought Vettel outperformed the car this year and gave us a season with some hope. There were just too many tracks where the Mercs were too strong.

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    I believe Alonso also outperformed the bomb he had this year. I believe if anyone gave us Ferrari fans some hope it was Kimi. Take away Merc who were too strong for Seb and anyone else, and #2 driver for Seb Kimi was the best with 4th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brembo View Post
    I believe Alonso also outperformed the bomb he had this year. I believe if anyone gave us Ferrari fans some hope it was Kimi. Take away Merc who were too strong for Seb and anyone else, and #2 driver for Seb Kimi was the best with 4th.
    Did you get into the scotch again?

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    No he wouldn't have won it. If an incident like the one in Singapore had happened to Alonso he would have detonated and started his politics against kimi and the team. The man is toxic when things don't go his way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelstallions View Post
    No he wouldn't have won it. If an incident like the one in Singapore had happened to Alonso he would have detonated and started his politics against kimi and the team. The man is toxic when things don't go his way.
    Exactly. Alonso is a diva and as such, poison for the team he is working for.
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    Team bosses voted top 10 drivers. Surprised to see Ocon ahead of Alonso. Personally, I thought Alonso drove the heck outta that car. No love for Bottas.


    Top 10 drivers
    Pos. Driver Team Pts. 2017/2016
    1 [​IMG] Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 233 No change
    2 [​IMG] Max Verstappen Red Bull 143 No change
    3 [​IMG] Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 141 Up two
    4 [​IMG] Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull 112 No change
    5 [​IMG] Esteban Ocon Force India 73 New entry
    6 [​IMG] Fernando Alonso McLaren 65 No change
    =7 [​IMG] Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 49 No change
    =7 [​IMG] Carlos Sainz STR/Renault 49 Up two
    9 [​IMG] Nico Hulkenberg Renault 47 New entry
    10 [​IMG] Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 39 Down one



    Who voted
    Toto Wolff, Mercedes
    Maurizio Arrivabene, Ferrari
    Christian Horner, Red Bull
    Vijay Mallya, Force India
    Claire Williams, Williams
    Cyril Abiteboul, Renault
    Franz Tost, Toro Rosso
    Gunther Steiner, Haas
    Eric Boullier, McLaren
    Fred Vasseur, Sauber

    https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/t...ll-986695/?s=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgonzalesm6 View Post
    Team bosses voted top 10 drivers. Surprised to see Ocon ahead of Alonso. Personally, I thought Alonso drove the heck outta that car. No love for Bottas.


    Top 10 drivers
    Pos. Driver Team Pts. 2017/2016
    1 [​IMG] Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 233 No change
    2 [​IMG] Max Verstappen Red Bull 143 No change
    3 [​IMG] Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 141 Up two
    4 [​IMG] Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull 112 No change
    5 [​IMG] Esteban Ocon Force India 73 New entry
    6 [​IMG] Fernando Alonso McLaren 65 No change
    =7 [​IMG] Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 49 No change
    =7 [​IMG] Carlos Sainz STR/Renault 49 Up two
    9 [​IMG] Nico Hulkenberg Renault 47 New entry
    10 [​IMG] Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 39 Down one



    Who voted
    Toto Wolff, Mercedes
    Maurizio Arrivabene, Ferrari
    Christian Horner, Red Bull
    Vijay Mallya, Force India
    Claire Williams, Williams
    Cyril Abiteboul, Renault
    Franz Tost, Toro Rosso
    Gunther Steiner, Haas
    Eric Boullier, McLaren
    Fred Vasseur, Sauber

    https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/t...ll-986695/?s=1
    Alonso is a veteran & best driver on the grid, Ocon is still a newbie. Kind of year Ocon has had still early in his career. I’d say I agree he stands ahead of Alonso
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    Lewis 1st, ok. Leclerc 2nd!

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    Except for Ocon, who was still beaten by Perez(probably they were impressed because they did not rate him high before) the top 7 guys are pretty accurate. Dont know about the order though
    Last edited by IulianFerrari; 9th December 2017 at 18:47.

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    There should be a top 10 vote for the cars used in 2017 . Then we fans can decide along with the drivers who was the main man, and the main car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giallo 550 View Post
    He had Ron Dennis's backing since he was 13 years-old. Don't tell me that he wasn't the golden boy.
    I so agree. Ham was Ron Dennis' golden boy.
    Think when Ham & Jenson were team mates..............Martin Whitmarsh was team boss but on the occasions when Ron was present at the grand prix Lewis was the dominant driver. When Ron was absent Jenson beat him.
    In our house we had bets on who would come out in front.
    Last edited by racingbradley; 10th December 2017 at 23:16.


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    Quote Originally Posted by racingbradley View Post
    I so agree. Ham was Ron Dennis' golden boy.
    Think when Ham & Lewis were team mates..............Martin Whitmarsh was team boss but on the occasions when Ron was present at the grand prix Lewis was the dominant driver. When Ron was absent Jenson beat him.
    In our house we had bets on who would come out in front.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brembo View Post
    Lewis 1st, ok. Leclerc 2nd!
    what?????!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob View Post
    what?????!!!!!!

    The name Leclerc has replaced Schumy here as the most popular name in F1 I just want to fit in! Giovanazzi has been retired before he even started anywhere near Ferrari it seems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brembo View Post
    The name Leclerc has replaced Schumy here as the most popular name in F1 I just want to fit in! Giovanazzi has been retired before he even started anywhere near Ferrari it seems.
    Have you watched Leclerc in F2?

    Gio cost Sauber a lot of money in damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brembo View Post
    The name Leclerc has replaced Schumy here as the most popular name in F1 I just want to fit in! Giovanazzi has been retired before he even started anywhere near Ferrari it seems.
    Was GIO dominating in F2 like Leclerc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stormy View Post
    Was GIO dominating in F2 like Leclerc?
    Like I said, Leclerc has replaced the Shumy name here as F1 s greatest. Dominating the F2 sport big time is close enough. Maybe Giovanazzi is sending Max a message, beware! If Grosgean is allowed to still drive, Antonio should be allowed a seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brembo View Post
    Like I said, Leclerc has replaced the Shumy name here as F1 s greatest. Dominating the F2 sport big time is close enough. Maybe Giovanazzi is sending Max a message, beware! If Grosgean is allowed to still drive, Antonio should be allowed a seat.
    Mark my words: That kid is going to be world champion. He's just as fast and more refined than Verstappen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giallo 550 View Post
    Mark my words: That kid is going to be world champion. He's just as fast and more refined than Verstappen.
    Yap, same caliber as Max. I think we'll see epic rivalry between these two in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stormy View Post
    Yap, same caliber as Max. I think we'll see epic rivalry between these two in the future.
    He is better than Max. He will be Ferrari WDC in the near future.
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