Alonso and Massa stand in front of their new 'ride'. Presumably to hide its hideousness
That's not a bad tally of cars. This year, however, the drivers have been given a 'unique' pair of Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8s, the first two in Europe. Which are not quite so nice.
Yes, we understand that it's a fine opportunity for Fiat to emphasise the point that it now has its mitts on Chrysler (and therefore Jeep). And yes, a Jeep powered by a 6.4-litre Hemi V8 and capable of hitting 60mph in 5.0 seconds does have a certain appeal.
But why did they have to make it look like that?
We can only assume that this is actually a form of punishment, and that if Alonso and Massa had been able to win more than a single race last year they might each be sitting in a brand-new Ferrari FF...