Fernando Alonso isn’t 100% sure he’ll be in the seat this weekend for the Chinese Grand Prix and if not, Stoffel Vandoorne will by on hot standby just in case. That’s not a bad thing given the fact that the young reserve drivers scored the teams first championship points of the season while standing in
Formula 1 must avoid experimenting in public again after the fiasco of its qualifying system changes, says Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams
Fernando Alonso is unsure whether he will be able to drive in the Chinese Grand Prix, due to injuries sustained in the first race of the season.
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› Fernando Alonso werkt normale voorbereiding af
› Jenson Button toe aan tweede motor in China
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Red Bull’s RB12 is quicker than Mercedes’ F1 W07 through medium and low-speed corners, suspects Toro Rosso Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz Jr