Were the stewards right to give Pierre Gasly a five-second time penalty, and two penalty points on his licence, for knocking Fernando Alonso into a spin at the first corner?
Fernando Alonso has been given two penalty points on his licence for colliding with Mick Schumacher during the Turkish Grand Prix.
Esteban Ocon abandoned his final flying lap in Q2 after running wide and almost hitting team mate Fernando Alonso.
Sergio Perez says he won’t go to special lengths to keep his team mate Max Verstappen’s championship rival Lewis Hamilton behind him in today’s Turkish Grand Prix.
The Turkish Grand Prix stewards have decided not to penalise Fernando Alonso after investigating whether the Alpine driver failed to respect double waved yellow flags during qualifying.
Fernando Alonso says the scrutiny of his manoeuvre at the start of the last round in Russia shows different drivers and nationalities do not get the same treatment in Formula 1.
Fernando Alonso’s early decision to drive through the turn two run-off area on the first lap at Sochi paid off.
Fernando Alonso said his Alpine team deserved a podium finish in the Russian Grand Prix after running third in the closing stages of the race.
Fernando Alonso predicts it will be challenging to finish as high as he has qualified for today’s Russian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso said he saw no malicious intent and no danger in the collision between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen at Monza.
Formula 1 concerns itself too much with trying to “improve the show”, says Fernando Alonso, after a processional sprint qualifying prompted more calls for changes.
Formula 1 cars are not as well suited to racing in very wet conditions as they used to be, say Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso.
Formula 1 drivers are keen to see Spa’s plans to alter the run-off at Raidillon after three crashes at the corner already this weekend.
Fernando Alonso says his focus is on F1’s upcoming 2022 regulation changes, leaving the ‘triple crown’ challenge for the future.
Alpine does not believe its maiden victory in last week’s Hungarian Grand Prix came about because of a breakthrough in the team’s performance.
Fernando Alonso’s role in his team’s first win last weekend was widely praised, but Alpine sporting director Alan Permane also hailed Esteban Ocon’s “beautiful” race-winning pace.
Fernando Alonso briefly thought a win was possible in Hungary, then set his sights on the podium, but had to settle for fifth.
Alpine’s senior management say the team was “humbled” by its breakthrough Formula 1 victory, and praised its staff’s “resilience and dedication”.
Fernando Alonso says he empathises with the difficulties Max Verstappen faces in going up against Lewis Hamilton in the championship fight.
Fernando Alonso says Formula 1’s rules aren’t being enforced by the race director, and he will change his approach to racing as a result.