Haha! - Sometimes it is almost impossible to be seen as impartial. I think most people prefer to label others, perhaps so they feel that they know what and who they're dealing with.teabagyokel said:I am going with jen. Since I apparently do not like Alonso, the fact that I spend half my time defending him on this site is quite extraordinary!jenov2003 said:I've voted for Alonso - his entire weekend was an inspiration, notwithstanding the outcome. I don't believe that he can be blamed for the team call and think that he would have passed Massa legitimately at some point.
Back on topic: In a sense, Alonso has lost out, in the aftermath of the 'Team Orders' incident; in a sense, his superb weekend has become easy to overlook. After all, surely there can be little doubt that he was really the man to beat this weekend? - in spite of the fact that he did not claim Pole Position (as many had expected).
I suppose what I'm saying is that for the whole weekend, he had done the best job. I've voted for Massa but Alonso's performance over the whole weekend was surely superior. But all this was tarnished to such an extent, that I have to turn away from these logical conclusions, and cast my vote less dispassionately, with the bias borne of emotion. That's why Alonso doesn't get my vote.