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    Since tapos na halos 2011 season, who is your bet for 2012? I still think SV is the man to beat.

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    +++++++++++

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    yup. looking forward to the iceman.

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    Not unless the McLaren, Ferrari and the other teams came up with a better car than the RB7 it's still SV who is the favorite.

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    RBR and SV are still the ones to beat next season....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gongrhey View Post
    Not unless the McLaren, Ferrari and the other teams came up with a better car than the RB7 it's still SV who is the favorite.

    Right on the button. New McLaren to debut first test on February:

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    Quote Originally Posted by gongrhey View Post
    Not unless the McLaren, Ferrari and the other teams came up with a better car than the RB7 it's still SV who is the favorite.
    Quote Originally Posted by CVT View Post

    RBR and SV are still the ones to beat next season....

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    Yup, there is no reason to doubt this team!

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    Alonso Bullish over title bid

    Ferrari flyer Fernando Alonso is confident of running down champions Red Bull when F1 returns to the track next year.

    The Spaniard and his team finished third in the drivers’ and constructors’ standings this season, but the truth is they were never in the hunt as Red Bull racer Sebastian Vettel dominated from start to finish.

    However, the double world champion claims an “air of confidence” has swept through Ferrari since the end of the campaign. And while he feels Red Bull have already reached a peak with their car, Alonso insists the F1 legends are poised to make major strides in 2012.

    “I think we are going to go up,” the 30-year-old said. “Red Bull has a car that is very well developed, a very good car.

    Improving that car is possible, and they will improve it, but they don’t have such a big margin to improve, unlike us.

    “We had aerodynamic problems when the windtunnel wasn’t working well. We had a different philosophy to adapt to the Pirellis [tyres], a different philosophy for the suspension and many other things. “So we have a big margin to improve,” Alonso added. “[Red Bull] will improve by X per cent, and we are going to improve by X by two, so it’s all going to be much closer.”

    Ferrari have been developing their new car since August once it became clear that they weren’t quick enough to challenge Vettel and Co for the title.


    Motorsport News, Alonso Bullish over title bid | 7DAYS

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