On 22 december 2010, BBC site posted:
"No wonder Fernando Alonso is looking forward to the 2011 rule changes . If this year's cars had the moveable rear wings set for the new F1 season, it's very likely the Ferrari driver would have won the championship instead of Sebastian Vettel.Had Alonso had the moveable rear wing at this year's final race in Abu Dhabi, he would have been able to overtake Vitaly Petrov's Renault and would have been in a position to challenge Nico Rosberg's Mercedes for the fourth place he needed to win the title. But while the new driver-adjusted bodywork comes too late for Alonso's 2010 campaign, next year's rule changes (including the return of the Kers energy storage and power boost systems) are set to make overtaking considerably easier and have a big impact on race strategies and, ultimately, championship results."
First of all in Abu Dhabi, Ferrari was foolished clearly by RedBull's strategy and that's why Alonso lost, but let's say that Alonso would have overtaken Petrov - in front of him would have been Robert Kubica wich is not very easy to beat; and if he would have overtake Kubica, Nico Rosberg would had a 8 second advantage. The only way that Alonso would have won the championship was a restart of the race after Webber and Fernando came out of the pits.
And that thing: "If this year's cars had the moveable rear wings set for the new F1 season, it's very likely the Ferrari driver would have won the championship instead of Sebastian Vettel"...why???
If Alonso had driver-adjusted bodywork earlier, he still had three riders in front of which two were Kubica and Rosberg and i remaind that Nico had an 8 seconds advantage. So Fernando Alonso would have need a miracle or much more laps than were designed.