Alonso dropped from pole and will sta...

Alonso dropped from pole and will start 6th

There are 25 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Aug 4, 2007, titled Alonso dropped from pole and will start 6th. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Fernando Alonso was dropped from the pole of the Hungarian Grand Prix and will start sixth after a ruling Saturday by world motor sport's governing body.

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venom

Ashford, UK

#24 Aug 5, 2007
Neither driver should have been punished, Alonso was quite fairly asking why he was on those tires, as soon as the radio transmission cleared. The fact that Hamilton was waiting behind him wasn't his problem, that was down to the team!!

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Worcester, U.K

#25 Aug 6, 2007
The fact he stalled just long enough to ruin another fast lap for Lewis IS his fault. His explanation was pathetic & not believed by anyone. All those ppl telling him to go! It was so obvious it was painful to watch.

But I would have liked to see them race each other at the front.
gwo

Zaragoza, Spain

#26 Aug 6, 2007
winged princess, you obviously do not want to see the real cheat: Hamilton!
In Maclaren they reached an agreement for sake of equality between the two drivers. Because of that agreement, Fernando had the right for an extra flying lap in Hungaroring. Hamilton knows that but he also knows the one who gets pole position will almost surely win the race, so he just does not let Fernando have his extra lap. And now he says in interviews: "Fernando does not talk to me".
My God! He should beat you like a punching bag till some sense of sportmanship gets in your head!!!!
Inigo

Granollers, Spain

#29 Aug 10, 2007
guitarman wrote:
alonso showed his true colors and should be very very ashamed of himself.
Itīs a shame for both of them. They are earning too much money for this pathetic behaviour. They are not professional at all and Dennis is not professional, as well, if he doesnīt punish both of them
Inigo

Granollers, Spain

#30 Aug 10, 2007
Itīs a shame for both of them. They are earning too much money for this pathetic behaviour. They are not professional at all and Dennis is not professional, as well, if he doesnīt punish both of them

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