Alonso “couldn't believe” failure after “sublime” performance

The McLaren driver was running in eighth position when he reported a lack of power from his Honda engine and was asked to drive back to the pits to retire.It was Alonso’s 10th retirement of 2017, making him the first McLaren driver with 10 DNFs in a season since Kimi Raikkonen in 2002.While he admitted another problem was tough to digest, Alonso, who had qualified six tenths ahead of … Keep reading

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