BradSpeedMan, on 21 November 2012 - 07:33 AM, said:
But then again, U'de be happy cause Alonso won his 2nd title like that with a Schumie engine breakdown
And Schumacher was only ever in position to beat Alonso because Alonso had an engine breakdown at Monza. In fact, if you take the Schumacher engine failure at Suzuka out, Alonso still wins the title by 1 point (132 to 131). Next they'll say he only has one eyebrow...
Rainmaster, on 21 November 2012 - 06:30 PM, said:
In a sense, there would be justice in an Alonso title because he drove so well. In another, it doesn't feel right that a team like Ferrari that has under-delivered (relative to their finances) in terms of development, occasional strategy errors and re-hiring Massa should be vindicated for their approach or not punished for their mistakes. If they win, I hope they remember they owe it to Alonso and not themselves.
There would be justice in a Vettel title, too, because he drove so well, and his team was actually there for him. Either one will be the right champion.