Ferrari, Renault Trade Verbal Jabs

Posted: October 2, 2006 by Neeraj in Drivers, Fernando Alonso, Ferrari, Formula-One, Michael Schumacher, Pat Symonds, RaceTracks, Renault, Ross Brawn, Shanghai, Teams, Technical Director

As reported on FeedMeF1

In the lead-up to Shanghai, Renault’s technical chief Pat Symonds mused that he would put money on Fernando Alonso reacting better than Michael Schumacher to the pressure of a close duel. And, referring to Schumacher’s imminent retirement, he added: “I think the pressure for him is greater than ever.”

“(Symonds) said what he said,” technical director Ross Brawn commented, “but whether he believes it or not, I don’t know. Of Michael’s ability to resist pressure, I am very convinced. He has proved it seven times. Perhaps Pat should have said that as well.”

Ho Ho Ho !! Things are getting very very interesting, on-track & off-track. And the question remains … who will show the first signs of cracking ?

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  1. wolf says:

    alonso is the first, he started saing about M.S. that he is the most unsportsmann of the field

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