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Fernando Alonso’s Early Struggle Revealed by Aston Martin Insider: Fortunate Break with Virtual Safety Car”

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Fernando Alonso faced a challenging qualifying session during the Miami Grand Prix, leaving him down in 15th place on the grid. This marked the first time in 2024 that he failed to reach Q3. During the Sprint race, Alonso was caught up in a lap-one incident with Lewis Hamilton and his teammate Lance Stroll.

As Alonso was struggling with the pace at Miami GP Mike Krak revealed the problem he was facing during the hard compound tires as he revealed after the race.”The time came to stop, because the tires, those hard ones, were deflated, we had enormous vibrations. That’s why Fernando’s pace on hard ones was not really good,” he pointed out.

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“Even if you have a faster car, we have seen it with others. That’s why we also decided to apply different strategies with the drivers. Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose, and with Fernando we had a bit of luck with the Virtual Safety Car, which It came to us at the right time, the team leader Mike Krack specified

Fernando Alonso Levels Serious Allegation Against Lewis Hamilton

Fernando Alonso

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A dramatic multi-car collision unfolded during Saturday’s Sprint race at the Miami Grand Prix, leaving fans and drivers alike stunned. The incident occurred at the first corner, involving several high-profile drivers, including Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton.

A dramatic multi-car collision unfolded during Saturday’s Sprint race at the Miami Grand Prix, leaving fans and drivers alike stunned. The incident occurred at the first corner, involving several high-profile drivers, including Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton.

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In the aftermath of the incident, Alonso didn’t mince words. He accused Hamilton of ruining the race for many drivers. But what caught everyone’s attention was Alonso’s pointed remark: “Let’s see what they [the FIA] decide, I guess they won’t decide anything because he’s not Spanish.” The insinuation was clear: Alonso believed that Hamilton’s nationality played a role in the stewards’ decision-making process.

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I'm Moin Akhunji, a passionate sports writer renowned for my unique storytelling approach. My expertise spans across various sports, notably NASCAR, F1, and IndyCar. I hold a profound admiration for athletes like Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr. When I'm not crafting articles, you'll likely find me trekking in the hills, indulging in my favorite hobby.
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