phil1993 wrote:Santander (sponsor) going to Ferrari
Ferrari celebration thing held in Spain this year
Renault is very bad this year
Kimi eyeing rally
all adding up...
Yes, but all parties are denying that Kimi will be replaced by Fernando, including Fernando and Ferrari.
If Fernando knows he will join them, why does he deny it? He could simply say " I don´t know" or "no comment" or something like that.
And Kimi and his manager insist on the 2010 contract, so who would pay Kimi´s wages'? It´s about 35 million $ from what I´ve heard.
I don´t think Ferrari can afford to simply pay that sum for Kimi to stay at home or drive rally.
And last but not least, it´s a big risk to fire Kimi in terms of image, what happens if they were going to sack Kimi and Massa has an awful 2010 ? Montezemolo and Domenicali would surely get an awful amount of stick for sacking "the wrong guy".
So theres is a few signs that Alonso Could be on his way, but also a lot that speaks against it.