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GP Week : Issue 1
IT is no secret that Alonso and McLaren were condemned to divorce after all the things that happened last season. Even if you think that it was going to be a little bit difficult for Fernando to find a car as competitive as the McLaren, there was no turning back from the situation. They could not stand each other, so the only debate after the end of the session was how to break the contract. When the Brazilian race was over, we all knew that Alonso was not going to jump into the cockpit of the Woking-based team’s car again. Once this pitfall was gotten through, Fernando returned to the team which had allowed him to became two-times world champion. A good option, beforehand, but always in his mind was the thought that Renault was not the same team which had so dominated 2005 and 2006. Their results during the 2007 campaign were very poor but Fernando had fallen for Flavio’s sweet-talking. The present is not very TONIO SAYS: I think they are working really, really hard to move forward. I think they will be in that tight group of cars between third and sixth on the team’s side. I think Red Bull has the motivation and the facilities to succeed. They are bringing updates to every test and every race and they will be on it for the whole year. They have been maybe a bit inconsistent in testing and it is tough to know which pace is their real one, but I think they will be fighting for points every race. Red Bull Racing David Coulthard (GBR) / Mark Webber (AUS) Sleeping with one eye open Jacobo Vega GP International (Spain) o p in io n 24