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Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Alonso Can Still Win The World Championship. But Hopefully Won't.

After the U.S. and Canadian Grand Prix's, Formula 1 returns to Europe (where Nascar fans undoubtedly think it should stay) with the first race being the French GP on the 1st of July.

This is where the honeymoon period may well end for Lewis Hamilton and the fighting and stress of the marriage to Alonso may well set in.

Whilst I don't want to tear down the tracks outside of Europe, it's the ones inside that take the most amount of skill. A bit like with a fair few of those pretty ladies you see down on the grid before a race, if you're going to score experience is everything. And, you know, money.

Alonso, as much of a crybaby asshole as he is, has a huge advantage over Hamilton here where the straights are narrow and the corners tight. It's not that I don't think Hamilton can keep winning and go all the way, it's just that now is the time to see whether his extreme lack of experience will affect him or not. If it does then sadly we may have to watch Alonso making a come-back.

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At 11:12 pm, Anonymous Keith said...

Well Hamilton has more experience of the forthcoming tracks that the last two, so that's got to help. I'm just glad McLaren are letting them fight it out - it's such a shame all this refuelling rubbish and the daft new safety car rules get in the way.

At 7:03 am, Anonymous Sanchez said...

Hmailton's experience does not stretch to Formula 1 though, which was my point. But I agree that it's good McLaren are letting them go at it.

At 11:19 am, Anonymous French Formula 1 Ferrari Fucked-Fernando Fantacular « Shot to Nothing… said...

[...] thing is for sure though, the French Grand Prix looks to be a hum-dinger of a race. I mentioned that coming back to Europe would be the real test to Hamilton’s Championship challen... and after yesterdays qualifying, it appears I was half right. Hamilton was knocked back to second [...]


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