Spanish GP: Alonso, classification for forgetfulness

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At the Grand Prix home, in front of fully packed stands dedicated to entertaining Spanish drivers, Fernando Alonso experienced a qualifying session to forget. The driver from Oviedo saw how many of his options to achieve a good result at the Spanish F1 GP this Sunday disappeared when he was eliminated in Q1 by ‘qualy’, in 17th position.

The Spanish rider from Alpine set the 12th fastest time on his first attempt, but on the improved track, he had to set another time.

However, he got to the track at the right time and he could not allow himself to find a good space and space with respect to the other drivers on the track, but instead he had to accelerate to cross the checkered flag on time. to set his last time. However, his position is difficult on the track.

He was right behind Lando Norris and had to start his turn very close to the Englishman, so everything was gone. The Oviedo man knew this, and in the first sector he raised his foot, helpless to pass the cut. Thus, his engineers were unsuccessful in finding a good space for him on the track to complete his second lap of Q1.

Better than Esteban Ocon. He chose not to go out to make a second attempt and it was a close call. His good starting time served him to be 15th and only pass Q2.

The 17th position was the worst for Fernando Alonso in the Spanish F1 GP since his first course at Minardi. He will have to come back, even at all against him, because in Montmeló the overtaking is very difficult.

Source: La Verdad

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