Originally Posted by Josephvman
Regardless of outcome, I think Alonso drove the single finest season of his career, and possibly the best season I've seen anyone race since I first started following F1 in the late 70's. To push Vettel within one position of a championship in what is the third or fourth fastest team on the grid is astounding, especially when you look at where Alonso qualified all season. Vettel may have won the championship, but Alonso deservedly will be remembered and loved by fans for wringing out that Ferrari for everything it was worth this year.
I agree as well. Not sure he'll be loved, but he deserves a ton of respect.
Also, props to Massa for turning his season around once Ferrari showed him some love. The change in his drives was remarkable.
Still can't believe that collision didn't break Vettel's rear suspension.