2012 Indian Grand Prix in Tweets

2012 Indian Grand Prix

In the first of a new series of race weekend articles @AnthonyFrench rounds up the Twitter highlights from F1 drivers, team members and more at the Indian Grand Prix weekend.

Conservative tyres and some unusual sights on the roads were among the talking points for the F1 community at the Indian Grand Prix.

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Over to you

Did you spot any other noteworthy F1 Tweets during the Indian Grand Prix? If so, share them in the comments.

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17 comments on 2012 Indian Grand Prix in Tweets

  1. Cosmas (@cosmas) said on 30th October 2012, 16:30

    This could be the visualization of Alonso’s tweet :
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=dhRUe-gz690#t=121s
    Just for fun , no intention to offend Alonso, but when i read his tweet this was the first that came into my mind.

  2. matthewf1 (@) said on 30th October 2012, 16:31

    Sunday
    Fernando Alonso
    @alo_oficial
    I want my 1.2 million followers to know that the key aerodynamic components at the rear of the Ferrari are still the same as they were in May

  3. Yobo01 (@yobo01) said on 30th October 2012, 18:25

    By the way, thanks for the article @anthonyfrench

    I signed up for Twitter a couple of years ago mainly for F1 and it is becoming a very useful tool in order to understand the race weekend a little bit better. Obviously my timeline is full of stuff now, so sometimes I miss some tweets.

  4. andae23 (@andae23) said on 30th October 2012, 20:21

    From my little Italian I think Alonso was just told to use all his KERS at the exit of turn three. That or his Albanian octopus is pregnant.

    Say what?

  5. Prisoner Monkeys (@prisoner-monkeys) said on 31st October 2012, 10:53

    @keithcollantine

    From my little Italian I think Alonso was just told to use all his KERS at the exit of turn three. That or his Albanian octopus is pregnant.

    If in doubt, “my hovercraft is full of eels” is usually a fairly safe bet when it comes to translating.

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