The great­est shame of all

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I have been a lover of F1 since 1960 and have seen all the greats, with the ex­cep­tion of Fan­gio, and Fer­nando Alonso is def­i­nitely within the pan­theon of those greats.

Aside from all the (mostly pre­ventable) deaths over the years, the great­est tragedy of this sport is the con­tin­ued fail­ure to pro­vide Alonso with the tools he needs to demon­strate his great­ness. I will never for­get the awe I felt when he passed Michael Schu­macher around the out­side of 130R. Skill and co­jones to the nth de­gree.

Shame on you, Honda. Shame on you, Mclaren – Bruce would be em­bar­rassed to have his name as­so­ci­ated with such a fi­asco. Fred­er­ick Ga­soi Mon­tréal, Canada

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